Luke's Garden

Intern Profile 


I want to work at the garden because: 
To learn how to operate and take good care of a garden

Two of my personal goals for working at the Dallas Youth Garden this summer are:  
1. How to pitch a garden
2. How to max out each yield for the crops

Two things I hope to learn for working at the Dallas Youth Garden are: 
1. How to pitch and plant a garden
2. Getting the experience to start and finish a garden this session

I think my biggest challenge will be: 
Pitching and planting my vegetables

My favorite vegetable or fruit is: 
Potatoes

I think a leader is: 
Having courage and taking responsibility.

I hope to contribute this leadership skill to the garden this season: 
I will have my garden in my own way with the creativity I have.

Garden Plan

Vegetables and Flowers Planted: 
Tomatoes
Zucchini 
Basil
Pepper
Carrots
Radish
Cucumbers
Marigold
Leeks
Beans
Beets
Cabbage
Yellow Squash

Rows of vegetables planted: 15


Number of different kinds of vegetables planted: 11


Planned Garden Yield: ?


Planned Biggest Producer: ?

Time Sheet: 

May Days Off: 0
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Garden Log

May 9: Started to plant my zinnia's
May 16: Finish planting tomatoes and peppers
May 23: Finish planting radish, cucumbers, marigolds, zucchini, leeks, beans, beets, cucumbers, and the last row of peppers
May 26: Finish planting last row of Pineapple tomatoes 2 rows left
May 28: Finish Planting Cabbages 1 row left
May 29: Finish Planting Yellow Squash finished all rows

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June  Leadership Project: Baking Zucchini Bread

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July  Leadership Project: 3rd Last Row of Pineapple Tomatoes Test

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