And many thanks to all of you!
The end of the season is upon us, and as the leaves change colour we would like to take some time to thank all of you for another season at Urban Seedling! It has been another very busy year with a lot of exciting new projects and development. However, this growth would not be possible with all of you! A big huge Thank You to all of you for supporting us and accompanying us as we grow and change.
We are listening! We would love to hear from all of you about your season. Please include things that you enjoyed as well as things that you would like to see changed for the future. Take a couple minutes to write us a testimonial to share on our website or as a review on Facebook or google+ or simply send us an email. This feedback will be very useful for us as well we look over the season and moving forward to the next.
We are happy that lots of you have expressed interest in begin more involved in the planting process. Therefore, we are working on developing a web-based app to help with the process of creating your garden plan and the planting of your garden. We are also developing tools to offer more structure and support for our school, daycare and corporate community garden. We are happy to announce that we will be making the move to a new seedling supplier to remedy variety shortages and crop failures. We want to thank all of you for your patience and understanding as we continue to work hard as a young family owned business to bring you the best vegetable gardening experience possible.
Production in the garden should be coming to a close. The next weeks are a good time to head out when you have some time and harvest what you would like to eat. If we are closing your Urban Seedling garden, garden closings will be starting on the 19th of October till the 9th of November. You will be contacted 3 days in advance of our visit.
Thank you to each and everyone one of you. Thank you for reading the newsletter, having an Urban Seedling garden or coming to our store. Thank you for being a part of the Urban Seedling community.