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RFS Garden Report

Those who participated in last summer's planting party on the RFS grounds should be pleased to know that the perennials we planted have survived the winter and are making a valiant effort at flourishing and flowering.

On Wednesday, July 6th, some Building and Grounds Committee members spent time weeding the front path and some of the perennials gardens, and spread a compost/mulch mix on a few of the beds. Also, the moss garden now has a new volunteer tender who will focus on the health and well-being of the mosses that reside there.

Stop by and enjoy how nicely the grounds are coming along and let us know if you are interested in becoming a garden tender.

The photos show the moss bed BEFORE weeding, the dark enriching mulch applied to an area, and the freshly weeded entry path and a strip of the drive that abuts the path

If anyone wants to do some tending with Daksha they would be welcome to ask me about their own garden problems/issues as we work.

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