About 3 days prior to the fair, I took the Deaf class to the garden and we transplanted some of the smaller plants into pots to sell. We sold rosemary, aloe vera, macolito (a soft potato-like vegetable plant), mint, epezote (a medicinal plant used to rid people of worms), a yellow iris flower, cilantro, cucumber seedlings, and zinnia seeds. It's time to get the St. Peter's Anglican Seed Company up and running again because we sold all but 4 of the seed packets.
In the picture below three of the Deaf boys are manning the PLANT table. They are squinting because it was a beautiful day with lots of sun. The temperature was about 90.