Watch artist Jessamy Barker as she paints a ladybug on a rock and shares tips for creating your own rock paintings. For inspiration, view Jessamy’s creations at Stainedstones.com or visit Gamble and find some of Jessamy’s creations hidden throughout the garden!  Send a photo of your painted rock painting to info@gamblegarden.org and it could appear in a future publication!  This free online class is available on the Gamble YouTube channel at any time. Inspired by the creatures and plant-life of the San …

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¡Atención, cocineras! ¿Tiene una gran receta de salsa? With so many tomatoes ready to harvest, we’re celebrating America’s favorite sauce — salsa — and we’re looking for your best homemade salsa recipes! Submit your recipes for a chance to win a private 45-minute guided tour of Gamble Garden for 6. The winning recipe will be featured on the Gamble site, Bloom Alert, and member newsletter. ¡Buena suerte! Enter your recipe below. Entries will be accepted until September 20, 11:59 pm

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Gamble Garden is full of critters! Bees, bugs, worms, and more call Gamble Garden their home. Can you find all the garden critters in this Word Search? When you’re done, come to Gamble Garden and see which ones you can find! Click on this link or the image below to download  

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INGREDIENTS Whole wheat pita bread Olive oil Shredded Mozzarella 2 TBS spaghetti sauce Optional: pinch of garlic salt, thinly sliced carrots, roasted red or green peppers, cucumber matchsticks, dried oregano flakes, grated parmesan cheese DIRECTIONS Preheat oven to 400 degrees Brush the pita with olive oil Sprinkle with shredded mozzarella Drizzle spaghetti sauce Dress it up with optional ingredients as desired Bake for 5-6 minutes (or until the cheese is melted) Enjoy!

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Every summer, Gamble Garden’s vegetable beds ripen with all kinds of yummy food. Stop by Gamble and you’ll see squash, corn, watermelon, pumpkins, tomatoes, peas, beans, and so much more. How’s your veggie garden doing? Don’t forget to fertilize your veggies and add compost to their soil so they get lots of nutrients to help them grow. Here are some veggie-themed bookmarks for you to color. You can also turn these into garden markers by coloring and cutting out and …

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From “Gamble Garden Treasured Recipes.” This recipe is name for Eleanor Settle, who played a major role in setting the elegant tone of the Gamble Garden luncheons. Serves 8-10. APPLE FILLING 4 pounds (8-10) apples of mixed varieties, sweet and tart 3 Tbsp lemon juice 1/2 cup granulated sugar 1/2 cup golden raisins (optional) Dash of cinnamon CRISP 2/3 cup flour 1 cup rolled oats 3/4 cup brown sugar 1 tsp cinnamon pinch of salt 5 Tbsp butter, cold TOPPING …

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Man has had a long and loving relationship with herbs. Humans of all cultures, from all regions of the globe have used and cultivated herbs for medicinal and food, for thousands of years. Uses for herbs range from flavoring to cosmetics to mosquito repellent to aromatherapy to household cleaners to cures for Alzheimers and other diseases. Today, the United States produces about 200 billion pounds of herbs and spices per year. Can you find all the herbs in this Word …

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