Tomatoes and basil in December what a beautiful micro-climate our Aliso campus has.
The K2 students rolled these holiday gifts.
The upside to having to tear out your tomatoes
The second graders helped remove our last warm season plants after this weekends frost.
A couple of the students from the Aliso campus discover the wonders of grub life.
Some of the third graders at Manzanita show us why succulents are amazing Winter plants.
This is one of our blueberries with it's Fall coat on.
This is our beloved pomegranate tree in its Fall colors.
Lacto-fermented green beans- all from the garden, garlic basil and dill.
Heirloom beans, red russian kale, and a beat.
Red cabbage and sauted up with apples, olive oil, salt and pepper. Caraway, balsamic, raisins and walnuts are also good.
Heard in the serving line: "hey! She's getting thirds and I haven' t had seconds."
Potatoes in the pot, Ms Brie's 4 th graders get beans, greens, including nettles, cauliflower, onions and spices ready for a stew. Ingredients not produced by the garden: salt, pepper, olive oil and water.