This year, we are looking for the best pots for our students' garden. Not too heavy but not too small. Not biodegradable but not environmentally harmful. Should we go up-cycling or invest in expensive professional pots? Choices are not many. Hence we have decided a trial-and-error approach. We'll test all ideas this year to confirm which one(s) is the best match for our garden practice.
5 gallons, non woven synthetic grow pot.
Ruttonjee Hospital has a garden, an ornemental garden and a vegetable one for patients and visitors to enjoy. And it happens that Ruttonjee Hospital garden is a friend of ours : It even sent us some of its seedlings.
Trees don't flee in front of a danger. They face it. They are our heroes. The typhoon Mangkhut proved it again. The biggest and the oldest trees of Peak School Wildlife Sanctuary were at the the forefront of the battle, protecting the life under them. Unfortunately, these braves ones have been hurt and we were obliged to fell two of them, for security reason.
More than 30% of forest wildlife depend on dead wood. That's why all national parks leave a majority of dead trees on their land. PSWSanctuary follows their example!
Big thanks to years 5 and 6 eco-group for their help in restoring the garden after Mangkhut!