Home Made Garden By: Kaile Holzman Mark Nemeth John Andrade
WhoWe will be giving our homemade gardens to people inour community. From theday we planted them, ittook us about 2 weeks forthe kale and radishseedlings to sprout. Thesweet potato wastransplanted and regrownin our garden. We also didthe same with ourpineapple keiki plant.
What We Grew … Kale Cherry Belle Radish Sweet Potato Pineapple
When• We started this project two and a half weeks ago. Now we are going to donate our home made keiki gardens to the families of Hilo. We already have started donating these keiki plants to these families.
Where• We grew these plants at St. Joseph Jr./Sr. High School. The sweet potato and pineapple were transplanted from the garden at this school.
How• This was our procedure that we took to complete our project. Radish Procedure1.Make holes in the soil with our fingers.2. Put radish seeds in holes3. Cover with soil lightly4. Apply sunlight, and water daily
How Kale Procedure1. Make holes in the soil with our fingers, in separate pots from the radish.2. Put 1 seed in each hole.3. Cover with soil lightly.4. Apply sunlight, and water daily.
How Sweet Potato Procedure1. Pick from the garden and transplant to our tray with cow manure and soil.2. Apply sunlight and water daily.
How Pineapple Procedure1. Pick from the garden and transplant to ourtray with cow manure and soil.2. Apply sunlight and water daily.
Mahalo! And Happy Holidays from Kaile, Mark and JohnAnd don’t forget to keep eating healthy and toprotect and respect the aina!
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