Calling all folks with backyard gardens – we want to hear from you!
During the stay-at-home orders, lots of us are starting new vegetable gardens — or expanding on what we’ve done in the past.
InMenlo welcomes photographs of Atherton, Menlo Park, Portola Valley and Woodside backyard vegetable gardens along with a couple of paragraphs of your inspiration this year. And on our neighborhood walks, we’ve spotted some front yard gardens as well. Send to email@example.com.
News about seeds: Seed company W. Atlee Burpee and Co. has sold more seeds this year than anytime in its 144-year-old history!
And a Seeds By Mail beta test is available to Menlo Park library card holders who sign up for the Menlo Park Seed Library.
The Menlo Park Seed Library operates as a community seed exchange in which borrowers may “check out” a wide variety of vegetable and flower seeds to plant in their gardens for home use. The seeds are provided at no cost to Menlo Park residents.