This post is about two and a half weeks late. Apologies.
April 9th The Picardo P-Patch in Seattle, Washington hosted a gardener gathering to kick off the spring growing season.
According to Trent Elwing, organizer, “Tours were part of Saturday’s (4/9/11) activities including a stop at Picaloo. Gardeners got a how-to on making deposits and then the porch floor was swung up for the turd’s eye view.”
The P-Patch is a community garden where neighborhood residents keep plots. The Picaloo is a Clivus Multrum M54 Trailhead that’s available year round to gardeners.
Enjoy a few photos from the event courtesy of Trent: