Living

All living things are constantly changing; this is true of a plant, a baby, or a community. At Prairie Spruce Commons our Facebook page is one way to stay current with our changes. Enjoy.

 

Ruth N Blaser ordered the seeds from Prairie Garden Seeds. Nathan Ellis started the seeds in his Garden Tower. The seeds did their magic! As soon as all danger of frost is past these tomato plants (or perhaps we should say trees) are going outside to their summer pots. ...
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The yummy news in our inboxes on Sunday from our cohousing neighbours, Nathan and Bradley: "Today we harvested the rest of our Tower Garden produce. We were excited to have so much to share with everyone! Down in the common house you will see several bags of fresh greens- Chicory, Lettuce, Kale and Chard. There are also several baggies of fresh herbs! It has been a real joy growing these things to share with you all even during our coldest months and unpredictable weather. I hope the produce brings some of you the same happiness we feel by sharing it!" ...
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These days, when our familiar ways of connecting are not available to us, it is good to plant seeds and tubers gifted from friends. Today, this yellow daylily, and the seeds from last years rudbeckia, are beginning life in their new home at Prairie Spruce. Thank you plants and friends. ...
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Here are two images of ‘work-play’ at Prairie Spruce. Ruth is top dressing the trees and shrubs with the compost that has been forming in the bins. Warren is creating window jambliners in the workshop. Check here to learn more about work-play at Prairie Spruce prairiespruce.com/work-play/ ...
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At Prairie Spruce we are going for Canadian Contemporary rather that American Gothic. A lighter, brighter approach to the neighbourhood. Today we cleaned up the east-west area between the Balfour playing fields and Canterbury Gardens, and north-south between Badham Boulevard and the back alley. Thanks to everyone who helped. ...
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