Community Garden Update
This year at the Snoqualmie Tribal Garden, we are focusing on growing with preservation in mind so that produce in the garden can possibly be used at future fall events.
This past month peas, beans, and carrots were planted from seed as well as more raspberry canes. You can also see in the photo above some lomatium is beginning to flower with camas sprouts coming just behind it! Below, you can also see a black elderberry that is starting to leaf out.
Native bees have been busy as well. We replaced the nesting tubes in our native bee houses this spring to provide safe habitat for our helpful friends. Can you find the tubes filled with mud in the photo below? This is from native mason bees building a home for their babies in these tubes!
If you would like more information about native pollinators or would like to have a native bee house for your yard, please contact us at email@example.com