Great bargains are blooming to kick start your garden…Select perennials are 4 for $20 or 25 for $100!(with reliable perennials such as daylillies, hostas, iris, yarrow, creeping thyme.) Reserve your mulch now but spread and plant when you’re ready. Free delivery for prepaid mulch orders by May 1st!
Stop by “The Green on Gibbs St.” to experience the pleasure of an urban oasis! Nestled in the midst of Center City, Broccolo plantings will once again transform urban asphalt into a welcoming place, as these guys discovered at last year’s Earth Day event. So grab a coffee at Java’s and join us on the urban green for Earth Day 2015!
Things to do in April…
Edge & mulch garden beds with natural wood mulch, not dyed
Prune flowering trees/shrubs after they bloom
Rejuvenate lawns, aerate and seed bare spots
Sharpen mower blades and set at 3” height for a healthier lawn!
The next meeting of the MCEABTF is Wednesday, April 22nd, 2015, from 3 until 4:30pm at the Olmsted Lodge in Highland Park. If meetings aren’t your thing, learn about this invasive pest threatening our native ash trees from the Cornell Cooperative Extension’s Homeowner’s Guide to the Emerald Ash Borer.