November 18, 2013
This morning we experimented with a Jade tree. We took cuttings (pulled leaves) and planted them in soil. Hopefully we will see them grow and can move them into the classrooms. In addition to the cuttings Mary Ann had an idea to test our Hubbell Seed Co seeds from last year to see if they would still be viable (vocab word of the day!). The students, each grade, used a paper towel and plastic bag to make a "hothouse" to help the seeds germinate.
To the right of the Jade tree cuttings we have carrot cutting we started September 23rd. On the left of the Jade tree cuttings we have Sunflowers that we harvested and planted on October 21st. The Jade tree cuttings are in the center.