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Transcript of Home Garden
•You don’t have fruits/vegetables that have come from a plane; the plane can pollute the air.
•You can have something to do while you’re bored.
•Seeds are very cheap while the fruits/vegetables you’re buying are 3x the price of the seeds.
•The fruits/vegetables you grow are fresh because you grew them and the fruits/vegetables you buy; you wouldn’t know how fresh they are. These are the following questions I will answer:
1.What would your neighbors grow? [Food]
2.When would you plant and harvest?
3.How would you organize your neighborhood plan?
4.Share your 3 meals you can prepare.
5.Share your reasons for your choices. Answers:
1.My neighbors would probably grow fruits and vegetables, specifically: tomatoes, fruits, carrots, onions, and garlic.
2.I would grow fruits in the spring or summer time, and tomatoes, carrots, onions, etc. in the fall time and in the winter I wouldn’t grow plants because in the winter its sometimes a bit too cold, I wouldn’t grow plants inside at my place because if you do then you would waste lots of money on heat, since the plants need warmth.
3.I would organize a neighborhood plan by giving each one of the houses a flyer to build your garden and it would also say if you would be interested in joining a club for growing foods. Then I would buy gardening tools and seeds so then we could all garden in a garden that I would plan, it would be a community garden. But first I would have to go to city hall to have it approved.
4.Well my first meal would be a breakfast: Oranges so I can squeeze it and make orange juice, spinach, onion sauce with the spinach.
My second meal would be lunch: Apple juice, and a salad that includes: tomatoes, cucumber, garlic, spinach, onions, carrots, and cabbage. My third meal would be dinner: pear juice, a salad (again), an onion soup, garlic soup, carrot soup, and cabbage coup. My Reason for my choices:
1. I chose those answers because they are commonly grown in BC and other places, and I also see other people in Vancouver that grow these things.
2. I chose to grow those plants in those seasons/climates because most of the people I know that have gardens use this kind of “method.”
3. I thought of this plan by my head, and this is what most people would also do and I would know that because I saw a person do this type of thing in their neighbourhood.
4. Well since we can only grow fruits and vegetables in BC, then I thought why not make a salad and juice? So then I typed it down. Then I thought of soups so then I typed it down. Presentation By Vivian Tan In this picture you see the Chicago Botanic Garden. Hope you enjoyed this presentation. This little home garden belongs to a family
in Washington, D.C.