It's the last week of Garden Club for Term 1! To celebrate, we have made either pizza or pasta, depending on the weather! Passata sauce was made a few weeks ago from all our beautiful tomatoes, and basil, garlic, rosemary, rocket and capsicums were used from the garden. As usual, Gluten free and Dairy free options were available. Several students were excited to taste capsicum for the first time, because as we know, growing, nurturing and harvesting your own produce has these magical benefits! There were lots of "I don't like passata" or "I don't like tomatoes" This quickly changed after tasting, and students were lining up for seconds. We are very proud of kids working together in teams to make these delicious dishes. We look forward to the $20,000 kitchen we won being installed so we can create bigger and better things!!
Who is free tomorrow afternoon??
The amazing Daisy Downs is delivering us 2 cubic metres of Veggie mix to top our beds up between 11-1pm. So why not drop in before assembly and get grubby with the kids and shovel some dirt! The sooner its in, the sooner we can plant our winter crops! Three cheers for Daisy's!!
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Last week another road trip was in order! Peter from Scottsburn Nurseries kindly donated 10 trays of seedlings every season to our school garden. Super excited to get these Austum seedlings into the veggie patches with the kids! Victorian School Garden Awards granted us a winning voucher late last year for our garden so we headed off to Gardenworld to get some native compost to plant out the native wall that has slowly taken shape around the Asian Hut. At the last Bonbeach Farmers Market we purchased some Native Westringa from Geoff who comes down from Somerville Plant Nursery.
The Garden Club students have been busy gutting and preparing beds with school made compost ready for the seedlings to go in over the next week. We were also lucky enough to have another donation form Owen and Breanna's grandma who gave us trays of seedlings also.
It's going to be an exciting season in the garden with, purple beans, purple peas, purple broccoli, purple cauliflower, purple carrots, alongside, lettuce, snowpeas, bok choi, radishes and butter beans. Andy has quite rightfully names the patch "purple paradise" and we have had some great suggestions with what to cook up in our new $20,000 kitchen from the Good Guys!!
A visual diary of the garden at Bonbeach Primary School built by Growing Green Thumbs & many many little hands
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