Sproutingverb. sprout·ed, sprout·ing, sprouts 1. To begin to grow; give off shoots or buds. 2. To emerge and develop rapidly. To cause to come forth and grow. noun. 1. Young plant growth, such as a bud or shoot.
That's what we are, a group of university kids sprouting. New to the gardening challenge, we are cultivating new knowledge, skills, and abilities each day alongside our sprouting garden. Our garden boasts 'Beta vulgaris', 'Daucus carota', 'Allium cepa', 'Raphanus sativus'; beets, carrots, onions, and radishes respectively. Each of the 'quadrants' showing visible sign of growth, sprouts, indicating a positive start! Alongside our sprouting garden, are the sprouting weeds. Challenge Accepted.
After uprooting the weeds, we bid them farewell in high density polyethylene chambers, buckets. May they rest in peace...
This summer provides us with the opportunity to develop our gardening skills. It is not going to be easy, but with each step we take, we grow alongside the garden.
Until next time, Cheers!