Volunteers Prepare the Gardens for Spring Visitors

The beauty of the gardens does not occur by accident. Through God’s natural processes of growth, change and weather, the gardens require a lot of maintenance to produce the beauty and variety of venues for visitors. Master Gardener Volunteers spent time in the gardens recently to perform seasonal tasks. Some added more plants to the three Pollinator Gardens. Some watered the new plants by hand to support them until the next irrigation cycle. Others diligently removed some stubborn weeds and spread pine straw mulch to help retain moisture and reduce weed growth. While another blew the debris off the pathways. Thank you, faithful volunteers! 

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