This will be the debut of our QR-code enabled signs project. We’ll have a sort of scavenger hunt game where folks look for the veggie ID signs and then scan the QR code with their phone or iPad to get to expanded info about the veggie, how to grow it, how to cook it, etc. […]
Great opportunity for the beginning gardener and experienced gardener alike. This class will teach basics of gardening and tricks to great production. Click on the right under “Upcoming Events” for more information.
EcoSite has proposed a new cell tower on leased land on Hillcroft next to WCG for TMobile and up to 2 more cellular providers. They seek to be a good partner and recognize the community concerns about blight on the site where its tower will be built. They are working with the property owner and […]
Many thanks to our National Nutrition Month partners and supporters. Partners: Supporters:
Take the 30 Ways in 30 Days Challenge! March is National Nutrition Month. Please join Westbury Community Garden in taking the VegOut! 30 Days in 30 Ways Challenge. We all need more veggies in our lives! Sign up online at vegoutwithrfs.org or get the free phone app from Recipe For Success. There is also a […]
Giving Tuesday is the day that kicks off the charitable giving season. As you consider where to place your charitable gifts this year, Think Local — Think Westbury. Westbury Area Improvement Corp. is the non-profit parent of Westbury Community Garden. Won’t you consider a donation to support the operation and improvement of Westbury Community Garden […]
Westbury Civic Club President (and WCG co-founder), Becky Edmondson, presented the story of Westbury Community Garden and won Neighborhood of the Year at the Neighborhoods USA! conference held at the Hyatt Regency Houston downtown last week. The national conference had four finalists in each of three categories 1) Physical Revitalization / Beautification in a Single Neighborhood, […]
Please visit and support these businesses and thank them for participating in our 5th Birthday Celebration! Urban Harvest Free one year membership and one free class (at any location) Year Round Vegetables, Fruits and Flowers in Metro Houston by Bob Randall, PhD Barnes & Noble 3003 W. Holcombe Blvd. Texas Organic Vegetable Gardening by Garrett […]
Bring your picnic and let’s party! The event will include Garden tours Children’s activities Decorated straw hat contest Sky King’s Birds of Prey @ 12:00 noon Educational booths and displays PUCS – Pop Up Coffee Stop food truck. Celebrating 5 years of Growing Community through Gardening.
These 21 varieties are available in the Spring 2015 Seed Pack. You also get inocculant for the edamame, since it is a different rhizobium than our normal beans require. Contact Ray or Shelly and meet at the garden to purchase your seeds. Vegetable/herb When to plant Arugula-regular Plant Feb – Apr Arugula-Sylvetta Plant Feb – July Basil-Genovese Plant […]