Stuyvesant Avenue between Bainbridge and Chauncey Streets. (Photo via Brooklyn Botanic Gardens [https://www.bbg.org/community/greenestblock])Congratulations to gardeners who won formidable accolades in the Brooklyn Botanical Garden’s annual Greenest Block in Brooklyn [https://www.bbg.org/community/greenestblock]awards — including first place winners in Bed-Stuy, Boerum
Photo by Brooklyn Grange [https://instagram.com/p/5PTukJns2y/?taken-by=brooklyngrange].“Sundown on Tomato Town” at the Brooklyn Grange Rooftop Farm atop the Brooklyn Navy Yard. Keep on sharing photos with us at firstname.lastname@example.org, add them to our Flickr group [https://www.flickr.com/groups/thelocalfgch/], or tag
Chris Kreussling hosts the NYCWW Pollinator Week Safari in his front year last year. Photo by Alan Riback, via Chris Kreussling [https://www.flickr.com/photos/flatbushgardener/14574297435/].Tomorrow, May 15, from 1-3pm, you’ll get a chance to explore neighbor Chris Kreussling’s (aka the Flatbush Gardener [http://flatbushgardener.
Five servings of vegetables. (Spotted on Bay Parkway and Bath Avenue) Take any photos in Bensonhurst recently? Send them to email@example.com , or tag them #Bensonhurst on Instagram, and we’ll post them here. Also, follow us on Twitter [https://twitter.com/BensonhurstBean], Facebook [https://www.facebook.com/BensonhurstBean]
On Saturday, June 21, Chris Kreussling (aka the Flatbush Gardener [http://flatbushgardener.blogspot.com]) will be opening his garden gates to a number of lucky neighbors interested in learning about the ecosystem within. The Pollinator Safari [http://flatbushgardener.blogspot.com/2014/06/event-saturday-621-nycww-pollinator.html] event, organized in honor of National
John Komar [http://www.flickr.com/photos/29731357@N05/9488064541] spots a cucumber blossom on Argyle… … Marcia Van Wagner spies one enormous mushroom… … and Marketa Jefferson [http://www.marketasart.com] captures a crape myrtle. How are your local plants faring? Share with us at firstname.lastname@example.org, in the Ditmas
Courtesy of Paypaul via Flickrby Ryan Maye Handy English? Check. Biology? Check. Farming? Check. Kingsborough Community College will be the first higher-education institution in New York City to launch an urban farm tilled by students, the school announced on Wednesday. Kingsborough is launching the “Build a Garden in Brooklyn” project