Squirrely Garden Sneak Peek

School’s Out! But summer at Forest School is just beginning!

Forest School

Forest School

Dining Hall

Dining Hall

In Uniform (school t-shirt; green, of course!)

In Uniform (school t-shirt; green, of course!)

Forest Finds

Forest Finds

Customized Forest Finds!

Customized Forest Finds!

Tools and Inspiration

Tools and Inspiration

Squirrely Garden, the garden at Baby’s school, is looking great…

Sneak Peek at Squirrely Garden!

Sneak Peek at Squirrely Garden!

Most of the planting is finished, the teachers (and students!) have been working hard! One more dirt delivery and a bit more planting and she’s good to grow!

The plots are numbered, to make "to do" lists easier to communicate. An important feature of a community garden!

The plots are numbered, to make “to do” lists easier to communicate. An important feature of a community garden!

As the Garden CEO, my job will be to take frequent garden walks and communicate necessary garden “to-do’s” so the kids/teachers/parents know what needs to be done! First on the list today was: plant seed potatoes!

Squirrely Squirrel

Squirrely Squirrel

Back at home in Spy Garden…

Things are a little squirrely here too!

Things are a little squirrely here too!

Check out that fur!

Check out that fur!

Orange Squirrel!

Orange Squirrel!

Sneak peek at the new teepee!

Sneak peek at the new teepee!

Toad in Spotlight

Toad in Spotlight

Toad Three-Quarter Profile

Toad Three-Quarter Profile

Pensive Toad

Pensive Toad

Toad Portrait

Toad Portrait

Toad, Snail, Nasturtium Leaf Still Life

Toad, Snail, Nasturtium Leaf Still Life

Hahaha

6 thoughts on “Squirrely Garden Sneak Peek

  1. Eliza Waters

    Nice school! The garden sounds so fun – the kids will love it. Are the potatoes going in trash barrels? (I love that idea. A real back-saver and no missed spuds to sprout in the spring.) Mr. Toad is looking fine. Hope he eats the snail before it gets to the lettuce. :-)

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    1. Spy Garden Post author

      One of the parents actually made potato boxes, so they’ll be going in those! Yeah, I wish I did that in Spy Garden (next year for sure!) I RARELY see garden snails, so that was fun to spot! And I love toads, their faces have the best expressions! Thanks for commenting;)

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  2. Mominthegarden

    The school is just lovely! What a great environment it seems to be. It is good to see the school garden, too. Well done! Can’t wait to see the fruits of everyone’s labor! :-) Dana

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