Have you seen the garden lately?
Caterpillar in the corner bed.
Echinacea cone flower brightens up the teaching bed. The sorrel next to it tastes really tangy. Everything in this bed is edible!
All the plants in the teaching bed are super fragrant. Lemon verbena and oregano are shown here.
Squash blossoms and a patty pan squash!
Unlike the orange nasturtium, these red petunia are NOT edible.
Look closely in the K-3 + 1-1 beds and youll see some sweet peppers.
The wildly growing, climbing plant is a Concord grape vine.
Be mindful of the cucumber plants–the ones in the K1 bed with large leaves. The stems are very prickly!
Students can eat the nasturtium orange and red flowers — they have a very sweet taste.