Saturday, June 18, 2011

Good Wildflower News

Gahagan Preserve has three areas dedicated to wildflower plantings. This is addition to the 60-acres of forest undergrowth with wildflowers that come naturally.

The three areas of plantings are at the Maplehurst parking lot , the butterfly garden installed in front of the cabin and the septic/drain field area behind the cabin. The later area was seeded two years ago by Tom Zeneberg using the wildflower seed packets offered by the Crawford-Roscommon Conservation District. This year the flowers have become well established.

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