Wildflower seeds planted over the past two years that were donated by the Chapter Seed Committee will be coming up, we hope. The Old Town Landscape gets irrigated twice every month, so whether or not rains have fallen in January, by February the longer days should be encouraging seedlings to grow. Come help us thin out unwanted weeds and see how many native wildflowers look when they are babies, and enjoy the company of fellow native plant lovers.
The landscape is the far west end of Old Town State Historic Park, at the corner of Congress and Taylor Street across from the train/trolley/bus depot. Park for free in the lot off Taylor and Calhoun Streets. Bring your favorite weeding tools and gloves, and sun protection usually is a good idea. Questions? Contact Kay or Peter at OldTownLandscape@cnpssd.org.