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Archive for May, 2013

May 26th, 1 pm!

 

And available plant extravaganza continues – 1-4pm.  (See below.)

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Sunday May 19 and 26 from 1-4 pm

at the Radix Center – 153 Grand St., Albany, NY.

We are also there every day for at least a few hours- if not all day!  Email – stacy [at] radixcenter.org or call  local 605-325six to arrange another time.

Suggested donations:

Tomatoes – They are big!  $3-5/ea.

Other annual veggies/herb plants – $1-$5

Perennials $5-$10

Proceeds benefit Radix’s Environmental Educational Programs.

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Available Starts:

Organic heirloom tomatoes:
Green Zebra
Cosmonaut Volkov
German Johnson
Pink Brandywine
Goldie Yellow
Ruby Gold Bicolor
Cherokee Purple
Peacevine Cherry
Pruden’s Purple
Paul Robeson

Also:
Sungold
Roma
‘Black Krim

Greenking Broccoli
Roderneff Op Brussel Sprouts
Spicy Peppers
Tomatillo
Sorrel
Celery
Celery Root
Watercress
Bright Lightds Chard
Golden Chard OG
Green- Red Pepper OG
Champion Collareds
Camden Kale OG
Creeping Thyme OG
Calendula  OG
Marshmallow   OG
Yarrow OG
Broadleaf Sage
Green Parsley OG
Genovese Basil OG
Sweet Basil OG
Elecampane OG
Feverfew OG
German Chamomile OG
Absinthe Wormwood OG
Stinging Nettle OG
Catnip OG
Lemon Balm OG
Oregano OG
Valerian OG
Bee Balm OG
Skullcap OG
Passionflower
Zinnia
Nasturtium OG
Cactus
Sedum Groundcover
Periwinkle Groundcoverr

Clippings:
Gooseberry
Forsythia
Willow

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RUST Updates

It is now possible to take RUST as a 1 credit class through UMASS Amherst!   Contact us for details.

For more information or to sign up for RUST click here

Other great RUST news:

The amazing Lisa Depiano will return as a guest teacher at the June 1-2 RUST.  We are very excited to have her back in Albany!

Here’s her bio:

Lisa DePiano is a certified Permaculture designer/teacher and co-founder of the Montview Neighborhood Farm, a human-powered farm and edible forest garden in the Connecticut River Valley. She has a Master’s degree in Regional Planning from the University of Massachusetts and loves working with people to create the world they would like to live in. She also enjoys local history, community radio, playing contra dance mandolin and riding with the worker-owned, bicycle-powered, hauling service Pedal People.

Her blog: http://www.permacultureworkshop.blogspot.com/

and website: http://lisadepiano.org/workshops/permaculture-fundamentals.html

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Baby Chicks!

What isn’t cuter…

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Click here to see them getting settled into the greenhouse.

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Hope to see you there!

153 Grand St. Albany, NY

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Spring Visitors

We have had a busy spring!

Click here to see who’s visited the Radix Center lately.

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