​This Week in the Prairie Patch: May 31-June 6

Plant Updates

Fans of the Prairie Patch will be happy to know that the garden's progress has not been slowed by Covid-19. There are a variety of perennial plants and bulbs already growing and blooming, and we will have other new seedlings planted in the garden in the next few weeks. Our globe alliums started blooming last week and you can experience them in addition to the rest of this summer's first Sensory Garden tour. Look for the blue signs throughout the garden to see what to hear, see, taste, smell and touch.

Weekly Garden Giveaways will be announced soon. Last year we gave away over 120 pounds of food to patrons and neighbors and we're excited to see what this year's bounty will provide.

EBook Recommendations

Non-Fiction

Kitchen Garden Revival
Common Backyard Weeds of the Upper Midwest
Gardening Lab for Kids 

Fiction

Grandpa's Garden 
The Secret Garden 
A Victory Garden for Trying Times

Volunteer Opportunities for the Garden: If you are interested in helping us in the garden this summer, please contact Natalie Williams about volunteeringnThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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