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First Blooms

It’s taken over 200 volunteer hours and we’ve finally weeded the perennial bed in Ben Nobleman Park. Under the thistle, almost choked by the quackgrass and hidden by the overgrown junipers, we uncovered some lovely purple coneflowers, a lovely drought … Continue reading

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Recognize this bed?

So, do you recognize this bed? ┬áThis is what the Ben Nobleman Park perennial bed looks like after about 180 volunteer hours of research, redesign, weeding, weeding, weeding and planting together with hundreds of dollars worth of new plant material … Continue reading

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Perennial Bed Renovation Part 2

Our Big Dig this week started with a bang! Just before 10 am, while we gathered in Ben Nobleman Park, there was a collision on Eglinton that involved a number of vehicles. It seems no one was hurt and the … Continue reading

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