What we've been up to in our garden

Both junior classes, 3/4 TO and Years 5/6 have enjoyed eating our vegetables and figs. As you can see from the photos, we had several platters for each class, but everything  was polished off in no time. 

Year 3/4 asked to have a taste of a ripe lemon!  I sliced them up and they ate it all!

Their faces are sure to tell you how sweet that lemon was.

Junior JB had their second session two weeks later.  We picked tomatoes straight from the garden and after washing them thoroughly, students ate them like apples. So many commented that our tomatoes taste the best! 

How to save tomato seeds

Tomatoes are one of the easiest vegetables to save seeds from. All you have to do is squeeze the seeds from a ripe tomato on a paper towel, preferably early in the season before the plants become diseased. Write down the date and variety, maybe even take a photo of the tomato with it, and let it dry completely. Store in an airtight container for the next planting season. 


Hope you all have a lovely weekend.


Vesna Simic

Learning Support Officer