We planted 6 zucchini seeds today since our first batch never produced any seedlings; hopefully this time they'll triumph. It's debatable but they were the most successful plant last season; even after school ended we were still handing out zucchini. The climate is still right for growing since we haven't hit below 65 yet! Our newly donated cherry tomato seedlings are a bit tiny to be transplanted but they look great nonetheless.
We didn't have any classes today but one of our preschools that normally come on Thursday stopped by for a visit. Aiden really enjoyed exploring the garden all by himself, he especially enjoyed observing the watermelon. It must be the sheer size and architecture of the plant that really attracts the kids. It could also be the constant flow of bees landing on and taking off of every blooming flower. We did have fun watering, weeding, and planting though; this vigor present in the act of gardening in the Edible Peace patch isn?t available through any other activity around.