Month: March 2018

The Future of Food

The Future of Food

The Greenwich Community Gardens presents “The Future of Food” –  an evening dedicated to food and agriculture. Learn how regenerative farming can feed the planet, reverse climate change, restore the environment… and be a successful business! A screening of the film “Unbroken Ground” by Patagonia, will […]

Fickle March Weather…

Fickle March Weather…

…from one day to the next!

Color from Late Winter Flowers and Bark

Color from Late Winter Flowers and Bark

Pictured: Cornis Sericea: “Arctic Fire” adds interest in Winter with its colorful bark. Plants create interest in the garden in many ways: foliage, flowers, fruit, bark, form, and so on.  Adding new plants to a mature garden sometimes means removing plants that have begun to decline. […]