Posts Tagged ‘Gardens for Humanity’

The Monsoon Garden

Gardens for Humanity president, Richard Sidy, checks harvest two months after planting okra and squash seeds at the onset of monsoon rains. After nursing young plants through the hot dry months of May and June, the onset of the monsoon season is a great relief for gardener and garden alike. Monsoon rains bring a burst [read more]

The Life of a Seed – Movement and Dance

Third grade students learn about the life of a seed – planting, germination growth, producing blossoms, leaves, flowers, fruit; and dispersing their seed before they die, only to live again. Martha Edwards, movement and dance teacher leads children through the life cycle while exploring their own “seed” – body awareness, feelings, expression – telling a