Good day all!
Our May the 5th bee saw the movement of greenery. New homes were found for the alpine strawberries so winter greens like lettuce, kale and broccoli romanesco could take their place.
Best thing: The coffee grounds spread around last week on the base of our chewed up kale seedlings did a real good job of protecting em from slugs and such! This turned out to be an ace trick considering how free they are from cafes. Coffee grounds are also useful as added nitrogen for composting or lasagna beds, I've found that, if you ask nicely, local cafes are happily to fill a whole green bin up for you if you leave it with them for a week. Enjoy!
Read all about it: MUC Garden and Burnley Student Association share updates on their activities.