talk about a clean slate!
Here’s what the corner of Longhollow and Yosemite Springs Parkway looked like prior to 10AM yesterday:
A virtuous crew, thanks to our marvelous Jeannie Cosby, got to work around 10AM.
By the time I got there, all the really hard work had been done (great plan on my part, lol). And the spot was transformed! We got on hands and knees and weeded up most of the rest:
Wednesday from 12-3 we will finish up. Please join us!
2/3/2020 05:48:02 am
Wow — the difference is unbelievable! Can’t wait to see the finished product!!!
2/3/2020 10:03:30 am
Thanks Tom! Me neither.
2/3/2020 06:55:17 am
Such an amazing group of workers. The energy and cooperative spirit was up-lifting.
2/3/2020 10:05:24 am
Yes -- uplifting!
2/4/2020 08:42:44 am
Paula I lied! It's actually Baby Blue Eyes, Nemophila menziesii, and it grows right out of our soil here. In my experience, it's one of the few annual native flowers that deer leave alone. Easy to grow -- just throw the seeds on the ground and keep them wet.
11/16/2022 05:37:14 pm
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A CA native plant gardener for 20 years, Leslie has been caring for her habitat garden in Yosemite Lakes Parks, Coarsegold, CA, since 2013.