Welcome to the Chelsea Community Garden! The garden was started in 2008 by community volunteers, in coordination with Faith in Action and the City of Chelsea, on two-thirds of an acre of land off Sibley Road behind the TimberTown play structure. Grants from the 5 Healthy Towns Foundation, the Chelsea Community Foundation and the Chelsea Area Garden Club were used to create the infrastructure. Garden members are grateful for their generous support in helping to provide access to nutritious food for our community.
Interested in joining the garden? Please send an email to
info (at) chelseacommunitygarden.org
Planting garlic cloves in mid to late October will help get roots established before the ground freezes. Shoots may not emerge from the soil until the following spring. Separate the individual cloves no more than two days before planting. I like to use organic hardneck garlic from Johnny’s Seeds and cloves harvested from the summerContinue reading “Oh, time for garlic!”
I’ve been researching vintage fashion for gardeners and found this image. This year I’m growing collards to make this outfit for my sweetheart.
“Spring when the world is mud-luscious when the world is puddle-wonderful” e.e. cummings