A blog about the garden based learning that's happening at Marquez Charter School in Pacific Palisades, CA.
Wednesday, March 26, 2014
Special Day Class plants in a wooly pocket
Today the children in the Special Day Class planted. We've installed a wooly pocket on the fence at waist height, perfect for wheelchair access. They planted nasturtiums which are colorful, edible and won't be eaten by squirrels! They'll get to water their plants every day since the planter tends to dry out. More fun for them!
Newly planted nasturtium plants in the wooly pocket