Chloe's Garden

Intern Profile 



I want to work at the garden because: 
I love the environment that this job brings, as well as the learning experience,and the ability to give back to the community.

Two of my personal goals for working at the Dallas Youth Garden this summer are:  
1. To keep my garden well weeded.
2. To do a creative leadership project. 

Two things I hope to learn for working at the Dallas Youth Garden are: 
1. How to get rid of specific bugs.
2. To learn how to prune my carrots properly. 

I think my biggest challenge will be: 
Making sure to not over water my tomatoes. 

My favorite vegetable or fruit is: 
Watermelon. 

I think a leader is: 
A leader is a dependable person, that can often handle decision making with ease. They look out for everyone around them, and always look at all aspects of a problem before attempting a solution. 

I hope to contribute this leadership skill to the garden this season: 
I want to be a dependable person that people can ask when they have a problem, and a person that is always on task and completing the given work. 

Garden Plan

Vegetables and Flowers Planted (in order): 
Marigolds, Tomatoes, Carrots, Onions, Radishes, Zucchini, Yellow Squash, Crook Neck Squash, Butternut Squash, Acorn Squash, Beans, Beets, Leeks, Tomatoes, Peppers, and Zinnias.  
 

Rows of vegetables planted: 16


Number of different kinds of vegetables planted: 14

Planned Garden Yield: 300 pounds

Total Biggest Producer: Zucchini 

Time Sheet: 

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Garden Log

May 4-9: Finished my garden plan and started planting. 
May 12-16: We continued to plant our gardens, and once watered our transplants. 
May 19-23: Still continuing to plant, and starting on our leadership projects. We should be done with planting by the end of next week. 
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