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Are you interested in joining the glee Community Garden here in Key West? Wonderful! The number of available 4 x 10 ft. plots (see "Garden Site Plan" below) is limited though, so please send us an email to get on our waiting list. Availability of plots is on a first come/first serve basis. If you're next on the list, then you'll be notified when a plot is available. Our official growing season and yearly membership is from Oct. 1 through Sept. 31st. For more information, including Membership Benefits and Membership Cost, click on the document links below.


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PDF Document 2018/2019 Membership Benefits
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PDF Document 2018/2019 Membership Application
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PDF Document 2018/2019 Individual Plot & Communal Plot Rules
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PDF Document Garden Site Plan
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Tobacco Hornworm "The first time I saw one of these tomato leaf-eating critters I had to jump back a bit. They're harmless, but that horn spike looks pretty scary at first. Tobacco Hornworms (often called and confused with Tomato Hornworms) can get up to 70 millimeters long and they blend into the plant foliage perfectly. And where there's one, there's probably more. You can generally locate them quite easily once they get longer then an inch. Just look on the undersides of leaves that appear to have been munched on. Also, look for 'droppings' on the ground around your plants. Little black pellets on the ground around your tomato plants are a dead give-away that caterpillars are present. Learn more..." - Rick Smith



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