Six on Saturday

Where do you work the land? Does your volunteer life place you in other gardens or farm plots to plant, grow and weed? My own garden is my jam, but I also spend a lot of time in the Skidaway community farm and also spend some time at the Sparrow Pollinator Garden. My 6 come from these communal places today.

French breakfast radishes

We have our own plot at the farm, but I also manage another plot whose produce goes directly to the Social Apostolate of Savannah to feed the hungry.

Skidaway Community Farm
Both ends of the Farm include
pollinator plants
Cool weather crops
Sparrow Pollinator Garden
Sparrow Pollinator garden
Camellia sasanqua from my garden

Catch up with the https://thepropagatorblog.wordpress.com/author/cavershamjj/ on his blog, where he hosts so many beautiful gardeners sharing their Six on Saturday!

About Jayne in Georgia

Wife, mother, and owner of pets much loved. Gardener of three decades, amateur photographer, ardent about art, antiques and books.
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6 Responses to Six on Saturday

  1. Good looking gardens and plots, and applause for working in and for your community. 👏🏻👏🏻

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  2. Pauline says:

    Everything is growing so well, well done to everyone who look looks after it all.

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  3. All the beds are looking really good. I’m a big fan of pine straw.

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  4. What a wonderful part of Skidaway! I don’t believe the Community Gardens were there when my parents lived there. They look awesome! Happy Thanksgiving Jayne to you and your Family!

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    • You are correct Linda! The Farm is probably 10 or so years old. It was pretty new when we moved here in ‘14! Can’t believe we have been here that long! Things keep changing for the better. Savannah is practically unrecognizable…for the better! lots of revival along the River, new town homes and condos. Covid has put a little damper on things…but you can hardly find a place for sale at the Landings and prices have soared. Merry Christmas Linda!

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  5. What a lovely community farm – it looks so pretty and well cared for as well as being useful.

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