Friday, October 12, 2012

Pictures speak a thousand words! ..... Fall Harvest Comes to Carroll County Public Demonstration Garden

CORE Garden (Public Demonstration Garden) located behind the Shipley Arena at the Ag. Center.

A bontiful harvest show organic produce grown by local GIEI Master Gardeners at the CORE Garden.


High-tunnel provides season extending capability to these garden peppers.

A fine example of container gardening shows peppers and parsley benefits.

This Chesapeake Bay-Wise Garden is beautiful year round.

This year's raised tomato garden will rest with a Daikon Radish cover crop.

This raised bed is the fall and winter home to a great looking cover crop.

Malabar Spinach.  Still delicious, still beautiful.

The DiSanti Vineyard had a great start.  Anxious for 2013 to see the bounty.

Mr. & Mrs. Hardy Kiwi are ready to spring into 2013.

The last ever-bearing strawberry of 2012 was harvested this week.

Red Raspberry plants from MG Diane Brown's family heirlooms.

A beautiful day was enjoyed by all.  Pictured are just a few of the Carrroll County Grow It Eat It Master Gardener team members.  Pictured Left to Right are Cheri Gruby, Meg Gross, Henry Lysy, Terry Willard, Butch Willard, Bill Cornun, Kay Sedlak and JoAnn Roush.




















1 comment:

  1. Thank you for this post...you've renewed my inspiration to garden year-round. If it can be done in Maine, goodness, I should be able to do it in Annapolis! I've added you to my blog roll at Beyond Back Creek. Ow do I apply to be listed on yours? Thanks for your work,
    Melanie
    http://www.backcreekdesign.com/

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