Opening day at the Native and Medicinal Plant Garden was rather cold and windy but that did not stop the team from doing an extensive garden clean up. Upon our arrival, Angelica and Lilies were peeking out from the leaves that protected the garden beds over the winter. Other plants hidden underneath were revealed after clearing the beds. They included Dandelion, Motherwort, Garlic Mustard, Trillium, Bleeding Heart, and Comfrey. Although there were only three of us, the transformation of the garden from winter desolation to visible new spring growth was exciting to see. Big thanks go out to John Harrison and Tim Dalton for all their hard work! Please join us on May 20th for the next gardening day.
Check out the before and after photos: