Produce For July 12 And 16, 2022
We’ll have fresh garlic this week!
Market hours this week are:
Tuesday from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Saturday from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Year of the Garden events (all events are free of charge & no pre-registration is needed)
- Every Saturday, at 10:45 am please join us for 15 minutes of gentle yoga with Pat and stay to shop at our market
- Every Saturday, at 1:15 pm, join a tour of the Garden (including the main garden, the orchard, hoop house, and berry patch)
- Saturday, July 16, from 11 am to 1 pm – Everything You Want to Know About Composting (presented by the City of Edmonton)
- Saturday, July 23, from 11 am to 1 pm – Ask the Garden Expert (presented by Salisbury Greenhouses)
- Saturday, July 23, at noon – Flower Bouquet Making – Tips & Demos (presented by Diane)
Look for further special events on Saturdays throughout the summer.
Rwandan handicrafts from Tubahumurize will be available at some Saturday markets later in the summer.
Please note: There’s no custom picking by volunteers or self-serve at the kiosk again this year. Instead, we have a designated shopping area at the front of the garden. Please line up at the south end and a volunteer will help guide you through the shopping area filling a bag with the pre-picked/packaged produce you choose to buy. A cashier will be located at the north end of the shopping area.
We want to make everyone feel welcome and safe at the garden, so please feel free to wear a mask if you want to. Hand sanitizer will also be available.
Location: For those of you who haven’t visited before, the Garden is located on the South Campus of the University of Alberta. Enter the University Farm off 60th Ave. Turn left at the T intersection (118th St) and you’ll see us just across the road from the old barn. On transit – we’re about a 15 minute walk from the South Campus LRT station. A map and further directions to the garden are available at: www.greengoldgarden.com/visit
See you at the Garden!
- Baby carrots
- Garlic scapes
- Fresh garlic
- Spring onion greens
- Swiss chard
- Anise hyssop