Second work session: A productive morning with 14 volunteers

Another very productive morning at the Bagaduce Library: fourteen volunteers, including three Master Gardeners, made great progress along the southern edges of the front and back parking areas. New piles of brush await chipping. This work may seem somewhat removed from creating a garden at the site, but it is a vital part of NGBH’s plan for the entire landscape. Trees (individuals, large and small, and clusters) are emerging as focal points, emphasized now that they have been freed from damaged, crowded neighbors. We are discovering the groundcovers and shrub layers necessary to create natural tiers beneath the tree canopy. The cut brush will give us wood chips needed to start compost suitab

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Native Gardens of Blue Hill
creating public gardens of Maine native plants
Blue Hill, Maine