GARDEN SCHOOLS MADE BY OUR ERASMUS PROJECT
In Slovakia we find such a beautiful garden! You can admire all the succulents and the making off.
In Spain we can find two different gardens, one at school and another one in the University Botanical Garden of the city (beeing the first and only school to have the priviledge of having a piece of land in the Botanical Garden of Valencia).
As the school is situated in the centre of a city, the possibilities made the school have a urban garden at school and a bigger one in the Botanical. Growing not only flowers and aromatics but also some vegetables.
First we are going to see the process of the garden in the school.
We are very proud of both,our small garden at school and the big one at the University Botanical Garden of the Vaència. Let’s see how the big one grows.
Last but not least, snow has arrived in Vienna and at the Hans Radl school’s “Erasmus+ Garden”. The garden will be rearranged in spring and therefore, still has time to grow. The students will plant all the vegetables, herbs and plants they need for several cooking lessons, as they have already been doing for the last few years. Thanks to bird feeders, they also help these little guests to make it through the long
and cold winter. The students enjoy working in- and around the garden and are already looking forward to let it grow again.
As you can see, we have built some raised beds for different vegetables and salad.
We all could enjoy the Erasmus Lithuanian garden last September, when we visited the school and surroundings. We found it as a beautiful place to relax a little when needed.
Project Update Priory Woods School
We made ‘Bug Hotels’ to attract the mini beasts to our garden using recycled and natural materials.
We are working on the garden, planting vegetables and taking out the weeds.
We have made planters and we grow different things at different times of the year so that the soil is being used all year round.
We have started to make other areas of the school ready for planting and growing.