A one-of-a-kind resource for gardeners in Fremont and around the world.
We are HUGELY excited to introduce LEAF Wiki! If you're unfamiliar with the Wiki platform, it is an interactive network for sharing knowledge among enthusiasts of any given topic or trade. LEAF Wiki was designed specifically for home gardeners, urban farmers, and anyone who has an interest in healthy and sustainable living.
Interacting with each other and sharing our knowledge and experiences promotes cohesion between like minds in our community that drive the success of LEAF's mission. Here are just a few elements you'll find at LEAF Wiki.
Fremont Seasonal Planting Guide
If you'd like to know what vegetables and herbs to plant in your garden and the best times to plant them, we've got you covered! This guide will be an asset to gardens that lie within USDA Hardiness Zones of 9b and 10a. You can check it out HERE.
All of our learning opportunities are online right now. We will resume onsite classes when it's safe to hold them. We have a live webinar, Talkin' Dirt, the second Saturday every month from 9 to 10 am with two Alameda County Master Gardener volunteers. Please see zoom access details below. We have also started creating and posting some educational videos on YouTube. You can access them by clicking HERE.
Speaking of things on our plates, our entire catalog of vegetables and herbs that we will be offering for sale is ready for you to view now. So, you can begin planning your spring garden. We will be announcing our schedule of our LEAF Spring Plant Sale in our April Newsletter. Check out the catalog HERE.
We want LEAF Wiki to be a living breathing resource that grows and evolves each and every day. You can begin using LEAF Wiki right now at Wiki.FremontLeaf.org.