Annual Plant Sale

Garden Club sale posterThe Hanover Garden Club is holding its annual plant sale on Saturday, May 20 from 9 am to noon.  The sale takes place at the Garden Club shed at Pine Knoll Cemetery.

They will have hardy field grown perennials, potted and hanging geraniums and other annuals, heirloom tomatoes, peppers and more vegetables, herbs, small shrubs, raspberry bushes and a large selection of pollinator friendly plants.  Cash or Check only.

 

Time to Garden – May 13

Greetings Gardeners,

Alas, flowers are blooming. The gardens are pretty soggy. It’s the perfect time to put up the fencing and be ready to plant when the sun shines.

We look forward to seeing you all on Saturday, May 13th at 9:00 am to install the fences, hook up the hoses, and clean up the grounds. Should it rain on Saturday, we will try again at 9 am on Sunday, May 14th. We will send a reminder at the end of the week.

Please bring your work gloves and your ideas for the new season. If you haven’t had a chance to pay your garden fee, please bring your check made out to Kathy Tefft (Hanover Community Gardens). The full plot fee is $40 and the half is $20.

See you on Saturday in the garden.

Garden Clean-Up

Greetings Gardeners,

It’s that time again.  Tomorrow, Sunday, November 13th at 9:00 am we will take down the fences, roll up the hoses and put the gardens to bed. The forecast looks reasonably warm. As you prepare your plot for next season, please remember that all debris should be deposited in the upper garden compost pile.

If you can’t make tomorrow, but have time this afternoon, please feel free to get started.  The zip ties can be cut and the fence stakes can be pulled.

Please bring your work gloves and your 2017 garden payment: $40/full plot, $20/half – checks payable to Kathy Tefft.

See you tomorrow in the garden.

William Desch
Viva Hardigg
Rob Oden
Tammie Patten

Groundhog Warning

This afternoon, en route to weeding and watering, a gardener surprised a woodchuck in the lower garden. It is not clear where it had come through the fence, but everyone should check the portion of fence adjacent to their plot and make sure that it is as tightly staked as possible. We recommend that the same be done in the upper garden. Although we have not yet had any reports of critter sightings there, some young broccoli heads show signs of nibbling.

Also, please do not dump garden waste down by the lower garden because there is no easy way to retrieve it from there at this time of year.

The gardens are looking lush and wonderful and represent an impressive amount of work. Bravo to all!

2016 Fences Are Up

We had a great turn-out this morning with about 20 gardeners.  We put up the fences around the garden in an hour and a half.  Thanks to William for setting everything up, and to Viva for the scones. Thanks also to William for refinishing the benches.

Thanks to Hill Carter for the photos.

2016 Garden Kick-Off

It’s that time again. We will gather at the garden on Saturday, April 30 at 9 am, install the deer fencing and hoses, clean up the grounds a bit (in keeping with Green Up Day) and enjoy snacks.  Rain date is Sunday, May 1 at 9 am.

Please bring your work gloves and your ideas for the new season. If you haven’t had a chance to pay your garden fee, please bring your check made out to Kathy Tefft (Hanover Community Gardens). The full plot fee is $40 and the half is $20.

Thanks to William for refinishing the benches.  They are in great shape for another season.