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Tool Care and Plant Share

Bring your tools and sharpeners, bring your extra plants to openly share, bring a pot luck lunch dish (made with foods you have grown or gathered if possible).

Come share your knowledge about tool sharpening and care and while we work together on our tools. Share surplus of plants from your garden. dig and divide some of those perennials, ground covers, herbs, etc.

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  • Wendy F.

    For those folks who took home one of my baby Red Zinger Hibiscus (Hibicus sabariffa), they like rich, well drained soil and love the sun. Lobed leaves and creamy flowers. They are frost tender. Mature height is 2-3 feet. Pinch tops when 10 inches tall to encourage bushy, branching form. For containers: choose pots 18 inches in diameter and 18 inches tall. Harvest and Use: After flowers have finished blooming, harvest the deep-red, teardrop-shaped calyxes at the base of each blossom (NOT the petals). Snap off the calyxes that are ready, removing spent flower if still attached. Use fresh or air-dry for longer storage. To Dry: spread in a single layer on paper towel or cotton cloth for 7 to 10 days in a cool, dry place indoors out of heat and humidity. Store in airtight container. For delicious tea, crush and steep several tablespoons to each cup of boiling water. Honey or sugar and lemon are nice additions. Makes a beautiful ice tea.

    April 28, 2013

  • Erin M.

    Looking forward to it!

    April 22, 2013

  • Lisa D.

    This looks great! I will be able to make it this year

    March 15, 2013

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