The Plots Thicken

I went to the gardens today and found about 14 plots planted, mostly by residents of the Wesley community.

Jim Norton, a resident, was busy planting onions while I was there. 

Look at the garden pictured below. I can’t wait to meet this gardener!

I finished planting the Welcome Circle. I used only plants that will attract butterflies, hummingbirds and beneficial insects. I included annuals — marigolds, salvias, zinnias and cleome — as well as perennials such as monarda, sedums and spiderwort.

It feels like a community garden now. You run into gardeners busy with their plots. Gardeners are sharing ideas and stories…and the season is just beginning!

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