We had our ninth group gardening day September 23rd at Sandy’s house.
It was record-breakingly hot for late September, but our tough crew busted through the sod and got a couple dozen plants in the ground, including anise hyssop, ironweed, big bluestem, obedient plant, bee balm, rudbeckia, golden alexanders, and a native sedge. We also planted some echinacea seeds. (Thanks to Cynthia, Julia, and Terry for the plants and seeds!).
Here’s Sandy sharing the plant map with her neighbors. Should be a nice view from the steps!