Bluebird Victory Garden is an Ever Flowing Spring

May 19, 2010 - Leave a Response


Bluebird Victory Garden Distributes Veggies to over 40 Families

June 23, 2009 - Leave a Response

Bluebird Victory Garden has veggies like an ever-flowing spring ready for community.The harvest is bountiful at the Bluebird Garden and if you signed up for a box of community garden veggies we will be contacting you soon.

Families are coming by the Bluebird Market to pickup veggies now ready from the community garden.  If you signed up at Taste of Thomaston, you may call us at 1-404-300-9519 or email:

We are so fortunate that our organic practices garden is now producing beautiful garden veggies like an ever-flowing spring.  We are sharing the harvest with over 40 local families that signed up for free veggies at Taste of Thomaston.  Other families and 4-H club participated in our Adopt-a-Row program and have herbs and veggies ready for harvesting.


April 16, 2009 - Leave a Response

Welcome to the Bluebird Victory Garden, a community based sustainability initiative in Thomaston, Georgia.  Join us at the local Bluebird Market or online at Local Harvest.

Bluebird Victory Garden is Planted for Fall with Organic Greens

September 22, 2009 - One Response

Lovely rows of fall organic veggies are now planted and growing in the Bluebird Victory Garden.  We invite anyone in the community to Adopt-a-Row as the Fall Season is getting underway in our Southeastern Region. Live green organic vegetables include Purple Top Turnips, Collards, Kale, Leeks, Green Onions, Garlic, Edible Snow Pea Pods, Brussel Sprouts, Cauliflower, Parat Giant German Radishes, and Sweet Potatoes.

Herbs are thriving and growing in several boxes and local growers have a wide variety including fragrant lemongrass, thyme, basil, Stevia, mints, parsleys, and more.

We invite you to join us in the community garden this fall at Bluebird.

Bluebird Victory Garden Admires American Community Gardening Association

July 28, 2009 - Leave a Response

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Bluebird Victory Garden Celebrates the Summer Harvest

July 8, 2009 - Leave a Response
Celebrate together the abundance of our community Bluebird Victory Garden project.

Celebrate together the abundance of our community Bluebird Victory Garden project.

Bluebird Victory Garden Bright Flowers Draw Friendly Insects

June 25, 2009 - Leave a Response

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Bluebird Victory Garden Shares Local Harvest

June 18, 2009 - Leave a Response

Bluebird Market is Vertical Benefit of Community Victory Garden.

Grape tomatoes in the Bluebird Victory Garden, a community garden in Thomaston, Georgia. Grape tomatoes in the Bluebird Victory Garden, a community garden in Thomaston, Georgia. 

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Like an ever-flowing stream, we are harvesting baskets of tomatoes, cherry tomatoes, bell peppers, red sweet peppers, radishes (2 varieties), yellow squash, cucumbers, jalepeno peppers, basil, Stevia, green onion, mint, parsley, garlic and more.

Vegetables are being shared with the community.  Over 40 people signed up for vegetable boxes at Taste of Thomaston.

Bluebird Victory Garden Featured at Atlanta Green Expo

May 28, 2009 - Leave a Response

Click here for Bluebird at Atlanta Green Expo.

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Bluebird Victory Garden and Market Sustainability Initiative

May 23, 2009 - Leave a Response

use this flyer for opening dayAs a buy local one-day-a-week, sustainability initiative Bluebird Garden and Market are bringing together local artisans and growers with local buyers on Saturdays from 8 am – noon in Thomaston, GA.

Local buyers like these have stated they will buy local at the Bluebird Market:   Tasty Shoppe, Jingers Showcase, La Fiesta, Big “C” Drugs, Fish Peddlar, Butcher Block and many more.

Local artisans and growers like these have stated they will be at the Market  with locally grown and handmade products:  Newman Farms, Mr. York from Cook’s Market,  Lone Daisy Studio,  Blazing Kitchens, Seamstress Marsha Brown, Gwen & Cathy’s, Holland Farms, Elliott Farms, Sabrina Hay’s Organics, Gardenade, John Hall, Cathy’s, McDonald Farms, McCrary Farms, Doug Justice and Jimmy Price, Mommie’s Baked Goods, Sweet Memories, The James Family Farm,  Miss Annette’s Puppets, Kneadful Things, First Fruits, Cotton Bud and more.

Organic, locally grown and handmade products will be at the Bluebird Market.

Fruits like watermelons, canteloupe, blueberries, strawberries, pears, apples, peaches, blackberries, purple and green plums

Vegetables like sweet onions, tomatoes,beans, peas, okra,  cucumbers, cabbages, peppers, purple and white onions, cauliflower, new potatoes

Drinks like flavored lemonades, Lavender Mint tea

Baked goods and sweets like Local honey, Gwen & Cathy’s desserts, butterpecan cake made with homegrown eggs, Lemon poundcake, fried pies, peanut brittle, pecan pies, apple pie, sweet potato pie, turtle brownies

Artisan Breads like Italian basil bread, homemade cinnamon raisin bread, peachbread, wheat bread with local honey, mini nut breads, onion sage rolls, parmesan herb breadsticks, lemon poppyseed bread

Prepared Side dishes like braised portebello’s, homegrown egg quiches, grilled garlic buttered corn-on-the-cob

Handcrafted arts like “Chair-ity” handpainted furniture

Handsewn items like handmade baby quilts, handmade white dinner napkins, handmade fabric puppets, handstitched cotton baby clothes, gowns and caps

Bath and body  like handcrafted goatmilk soaps, purely essential oil soaps

Yard eggs like brown eggs, blue and green Araucana eggs, organic eggs

Other items like boiled peanuts and containers of live plants ready for the garden including tomatoes, eggplant, peppers & herbs,  and much more

Sponsors include:  Greensun Recycling, Barnesville Street Montessori Edible Schoolyard, Barnesville Street Community Center, Organic Ag Alliance, Peachiest…Who’s Who in Middle Georgia and more local friends and supporters.

There will be demonstrations, educational ideas for kids,  a cookout picnic lunch and much more fun and entertainment for all ages.

Bluebird Garden and Market on Local Harvest

May 19, 2009 - Leave a Response

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Find our schedule of fun events like the Father’s Day Cookout on the Local Harvest calendar.