Several times a week watering – Jerry
Mowing – Simon
Several ferns added – Jerry
Deadheading, seed gathering, cleaning – Patricia
Jerry’s charming birdbath was just too charming for some thief. This was stolen last week.
A planning meeting has been set for Friday, September 17 at 9 am for anyone who wants to
attend. Success and failures and ways to improve the garden plantings will be the topic. We are
still interested in anyone who will take on the educational component needed in this project.
Blooming: Zinnia, black eyed Susan, tithonia, sunflowers, cosmos, marigold. The stars this
month are lespedezia and beauty berry. ( Pictures to follow).
Pictured L-R: Patricia Hayes, Pat Moore, and Randi Nott. The New Hope Cemetery Project recently held a reception at the Nathanael Greene Museum in honor of the project. There were representatives from the BSMGA, Tusculum College, the New Hope/Shiloh community, the Nathanael Greene Museum board members, and the New Hope Cemetery Association. The flow of people was steady and the feedback was very positive.
For additional information, contact the BSMGA New Hope Project Leaders: