Karin's Sun Border
Polo Pony Bed
One of our neighbors is donating 58 native
azaleas to be transplanted to McFarlane Nature Park.
On November 14 (rain date Nov 21) you can
spend some time in the outdoors on a fall day at McFarlane, helping to plant
the donated azaleas in their new homes.
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Jeff Miller, of Blade
and Bush landscaping, is donating his time to dig the azaleas at our neighbor's home.
They will have their roots wrapped in burlap and then he will carry them to
the Park. Jeff will have already dug holes for the plants.
need volunteers, in familial teams of two, to help plant the newly moved
plants. There will be a bag of pine bark mini-nuggets next to each
hole. Volunteers will mix the nuggets in with the soil and remove just
enough to position the azaleas slightly higher than ground level (the
dirt will sink). When the dirt/nugget mixture is replaced over
the roots, the plants will be watered in and Boy Scouts will follow in the
afternoon with mulch.
Saturday, Nov 14 930a-3p hot
cider and cookies to fuel the volunteers
Distancing will be easy on
11.5 acres with azaleas being planted around the perimeter of the Park.
Volunteers should wear sturdy shoes and bring gloves, masks and shovels.
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