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11/03/2014
​In our class garden we’re growing cucumber, pumpkin, capsicum, basil, strawberries and cherry tomato plants. We are located at the G block second classroom. Visitors should come because it is a wonderful and beautiful garden. We put lots of time and effort into this, so we would appreciate it if you would come to G block and enjoy our class garden anytime on a week day. But remember, when you’re out there, wear your hat and gloves.
Today we planted strawberries. It’s always a delight to see people appreciate our work and plus we have started to plant sunflowers as well. Sometimes we are not successful as our eggplants have recently died.
We also have worm juice as a fertilizer. We use a bucket and put our left over vegies and fruit in it, and then we bring it to our worm farm so they can produce juice for fertilizer.
That’s what happens in our garden.
Thank you, Sarah 4A