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Today's blossom

This is today's blossom. I don't know yet the name of the flower.

Natural fertilizer




Thanks to the school gardeners, we already had more than

enough grass for composting. We did not have to wait a long time to get rich and dark brown compost for our vegetable garden. We simply dug in with spades, plastic tools made from water bottles and even with our bare hands.


The students and I made exciting encounters with small creatures like frogs, grubs, worms, cameleons, ants and other insects while working in the garden and especially while poking fingers into compost.











Planting in water bottles

We are collecting water bottles for the vegetable garden. We recycle them by planting in them. Instead of disposing them in the bin, please bring them to us.
Thanks to the Instructable below, we are now trying this 'Easy-Self-Watering-Plant' technique. Leaving the plants for the weekend in Tamarin will not be such a problem now.

http://www.instructables.com/id/Easy-Self-Watering-Plant-Container/

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Can you solve the mystery?

March 7, 2011.
Photobucket When we came back to school on Monday 7th, we were very surprised not to find our melon in the garden : the plant has survived during the one-week break but the fruit was gone. Where did the melon go?!!! Who took it? We observed the cut mark as a good detective... around us: the lawn has freshly been mowed... Do YOU have any idea? Can you solve the mystery?

Big, red, juicy fruit

February 10, 2011.

Lou, Gia, Dominique and I were thrilled about discovering a baby watermelon two weeks ago in the vegetable garden. Hmm a nice juicy watermelon on a hot sunny day... We were almost there ... eating it in the garden! Let's wait for it to grow.

watermelon


P.S: After second thought I think it was a melon instead.

Tomato plants

February 7, 2011. Tamarin.

After the Christmas holidays, all the plants have been moved. Most of them are now under a big coconut tree that provides shade to the plants. Tomato plants have resisted and are growing well. We also have corn, watermelon, coriander, and flowers.

tomato plants