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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.

 

The raised beds on the west side of Prairie Spruce Commons are based on Hugelkultur.🌿❄️🌸Get ready for spring planting 🌸🌿❄️Hugelkultur is a way of building a garden bed from rotten wood and plant debris...The heart of the hugel bed conceals a fertile secret: dead, decaying wood. Logs and large branches pull double duty, providing both physical structure for the bed and a steady supply of moisture and nutrients to the plants growing above. These layers can consist of compost, manure, straw, leaf litter, grass clippings, and even manmade biodegradable materials like cardboard.#hugulkultur #springgarden #selfsufficient #offgridlivingCredit- Sepp Holzer ... See MoreSee Less
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Thank you to the gardeners, guides, and guests who participated in The Regina Horticultural Society garden tour today. It was great to have Prairie Spruce Commons as one of the stops on ‘Walk, Talk, and Gawk’. ... See MoreSee Less
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Celebrating the longest day with a Garden Party. Thanks to the Members Team for the party invitation, including wearing our party hats. ... See MoreSee Less
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The way to create a perennial bed: 1- Listen to the dogs. 2- Team work. 3- Thank the dog ... See MoreSee Less
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Bur Oak on the Boulevard, seeds and plants in the garden, Purple Coneflower in the perennial bed, and lots of happy gardeners. ... See MoreSee Less
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