Crows Woods Gardens

Spring 2023

Thank you for visiting our website.  The new growing season is starting to sprout at Crows Woods Gardens. The March 1st deadline for applications has passed, however there are still a couple spots available for the 2022 growing season. If you are interested in joining us, please print out a 2023 application, fill in the blanks and drop it in the mail.  As soon as we receive your application we will put you on our mailing list to receive updates and important information.

If you have any questions, please reach out anytime,.. Paul -President/Membership Director  – prsdesign@verizon.net


Knee Deep in Tomatoes

Ann and Craig Goings share their secrets in growing a successful tomato bumper crop.

Keeping Critters at Bay

Anthony Calabretta,a long time gardener at Crows Woods, has found ways to coexist with the many small critters that enjoy eating the fruits of our hard labor. His ideas are simple and straight forward to implement.

My War with the Harlequin Beetle

Not all critters can be kept at bay as Karin Waltzman points out. The harlequin beetle is a tough competitor for the organic gardener. Never the less, a year lost to the harlequin beetle brings promise of productive growing seasons in years to come.

Bee Crisis

Mary Previte reminds us of the importance that bees play in our daily life. As organic gardeners we need to be aware of their perils and be mindful of the steps we can take to help them survive and multiply.

News / Articles From Prior Years

In addition to gardening, we like to share our experiences at Crows Woods. Some of us do it in writing while others prefer to let their photographs speak for themselves. Visit our Archives which contain news, articles and pictures of our past experiences at Crows Woods.

NOTE: If you have an article or a photograph that you would like to submit for publication, please email articles to:  prsdesign@verizon.net.

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