Under the flowering pink Dogwood at the LIA’s Crown Street Garden (just west of the Lordship Elementary School – see map), volunteers (l-r) Paula Sweeley, Janet Lengel (garden captain) and Kathy Hener recently gave this lovely garden circle a spring cleaning. And they smoothed mulch around Daffodils, Pansies, Crocus and a host of perennials that are already growing fast for summer and autumn color - including Autumn Joy Sedum, Black Eyed Susan and Liriope. Flowering annuals will be added later this month.
Next time you’re visiting or driving by the school, take a moment to enjoy the visual treat of this neighborhood gem. And right now, you can click here for the full garden story: https://bit.ly/CrownStreetGarden
PS: The Lordship Improvement Association’s 8 gardens and the Lordship Bluffs are maintained by volunteers, supported by LIA memberships and donations. If you appreciate our work, please consider helping: https://bit.ly/LIA-ToDonate . Thank you!