Latest Activity: Sep 5, 2021
Started by Mark Sweetland. Last reply by Marian Boutet May 30, 2021. 1 Reply 0 Likes
Check out these photos from visit on 4/14.Continue
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Join us as we tour magnolias at Highland Park. This will be on Wed. April 14th at 3 PM. Meet across from the Lamberton Conservatory.We plan to walk the whole loop from there to the top and back to cars. You can go as far as you want, or just see…Continue
Started by Mark Sweetland. Last reply by Mark Sweetland Sep 16, 2017. 2 Replies 1 Like
Here are some Sept. photos from the Kenwood Community Garden, co-sponsored by the SW Garden Group.…Continue
Started by Marian Boutet. Last reply by Mark Sweetland May 26, 2017. 4 Replies 2 Likes
Treat your Mom or Grandma to a unique Mother's Day outing this year. The Civil War era Rapids Cemetery is holding it's first Garlic Frolic…Continue
Thank you for your responses Mark and Marcy. I guess I need to decide if I want the plant as an annual or try for an indoor perennial - out of reach of animal and human!
Laura, I had a similar one, used as an outdoor annual. No problems when planting or trimming.
Hello! My husband purchased this indoor plant (according to my info it is a Euphorbia Hypericifolia (Graceful Spurge) and its hardiness zones are 10-11. It also indicates that its sap and seeds are highly toxic and you should wear gloves when handling it.) Is anyone familiar with this plant? Is it as dangerous as it sounds? Any other precautions I need to take? Thank you for your help!
I've tried to find the details of the tour of two gardens June 16, 2018. And failed. Can't navigate this site. Suggestions?
Here is an interesting video can brings real hope for our future: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vpTHi7O66pI
National Naked Gardening Day May 6! Please confine to your back yard, or wherever you want.
Here's a link to Ch. 8 coverage of the Kenwood Community Garden. There was an on-air piece, but this photo is all that's left online:
Here's a feel-good story to brighten your day. Members of the SouthWest Garden Group, John McMahon from our NSC office, Lowes, Kenwood Avenue residents, and kids from School 29 worked together over the summer to create this little oasis on what was an empty lot.
I'm sorry I can't attend this year (a new job has me scrambling to rearrange my schedule) - don't miss this opportunity to see a really unusual beautiful garden in the heart of Rochester! You'll be pleasantly surprised and perhaps a little jealous!
No need to RSVP, though I am glad to hear that a few will be coming! Looking forward to seeing everyone!
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