Tuesday, 10 September 2019

End of another Summer

These seductive beauties not only attracting pollinators but also inviting and entertaining the gardeners through fluttering and swaying in the wind.












Sunday, 18 August 2019

The Magic in Organic Gardening

Hello Friends of Organic Garden,
Here are some magical moments that  uplifted the experience of organic gardener!

Butternut Squash

 Beef Stake Tomatoes

 Bottle Squash Flower (Blooms only in the evenings, hence WHITE)

 Have you spotted me?

 Bumble Bee

 Monarch

 A Beetle. Anyone know the Name?

 A Predator Beetle (Not Harmful to Humans)

 A Glorius Morning, ofcourse

 Honey Bee on the Milk Weed




Tuesday, 6 August 2019

Garden in Bloom

Though it is late July / early August, instead of harvesting we enjoy our garden in bloom. Better late than never!!!

Queen Anne's Lace

 Cucumber


Sun Flower

Wild Flowers, Does anyone know what it is?

Milkweed

Milkweed, another variety

Daisy, Wild

Guess who?
Mourning Dove
Bitter Melon


 Butternut Squash

Friday, 19 July 2019

Summer Organic Garden

Here is the update for July 2019. We at Cornell Community Garden practice Organic Gardening. That means our members and their children  can freely pick and enjoy our produce right in the garden. Here are some samples to see.

Zucchini

Snow Peas 

Carrots +

 Potatoes in Bloom means bulbs are forming under

Bottle Gourd seeking support 

 Banana Peppers



 Beans & Tomatoes

Daikon Radish Ready for the pick


 Turnips formed
A VIP Visiting

 Welcome

 Thank You for Helping to Pollinate

Turnips & Daikon Radishes

Wednesday, 26 June 2019

Organic Garden, Summer 2019 -1

Hello Garden Lovers,
Here are the first update for the summer of 2019
 Snow Peas, Swiss Chard & Kale at the back




Roma Tomatoes, Rainbow Carrots, Daikon Radish & Turnips




 Bell Peppers and Bush Tomatoes




 Two rows of Sweet Corn




 Cucumbers and Cherry Tomatoes




 Bottle Gourd and Hot Peppers





 Potatoes just breaking ground




Hot Banana Peppers but looking so sweet