We are beyond excited to announce that Sweet Peas Urban Gardens is now located at The Well Fed Community Garden! Tami Purdue, owner and operator of Sweet Peas Urban Gardens, and her shipping container of microgreens are taking The Well Fed Community Garden by storm. From...

Potato harvest time has come to the Well Fed Community Garden! This year we partnered with NC State Extension and a potato breeder at NC State to try out some fun and different varieties. Some were new varieties and some were typical potato varieties, such...

One of our focuses here at the Well Fed Community Garden is environmental sustainability.  We use organic practices, focus on building the soil versus depleting it, and have a pollinator garden to help our local pollinators and birds have sustenance and materials to build their...

Microgreens are the young seedlings of edible plants. They are tiny and yet packed with nutrients.  Here at the Well Fed Community Garden, we are usually growing 20 or more trays of microgreens in our small greenhouse. They are easy and quick to grow. We plant...

There is frost on the ground and it is feeling like winter at the Well Fed Community Garden! But the activity does not slow down here; there is always work to be done. As always, we start by feeding the chickens. As the farm dog,...

Here at the Well Fed Community Garden we have a diversity of vegetables, fruit brambles and trees, and flowers growing, and are always open to learning and growing new crops. Our latest learning adventure has been growing turmeric and ginger! Turmeric and ginger can help...

October brought us the last of the summer vegetables, sweet potatoes, lots of greens, and our first harvest of turmeric and ginger! With the temperature cooling down, our peppers hung in there until this past week. Our volunteers worked hard collecting over 70 pounds of peppers,...

September brought us more summer vegetables like peppers and okra, the start of fall vegetables, and some beautiful flowers in our pollinator garden! Here is a sample from the garden. The okra and pepper plants are still doing well out in the field and the peppers...