A friend and I went to the Georgi Museum in Shushan this week and saw this enchanting multi-level fairy house complete with chairs made from twigs and branches, bowls that were acorn caps, and part of the structure had a large mushroom for a roof.
There was no one home when we were there, but it was still enchanting and inspiring too. Making one of these imaginative houses might be a fun garden activity this summer.
We had the first meeting at the Moreau Community Family and Children’s Garden this morning braving chilly temperatures and continuous rain. There are still beds available and if you want one free of charge, contact the Moreau Town Hall, 61 Hudson St S Glens Falls, NY 12803
The beds measure four by eight feet and are conveniently located next to the Recreation Building off Jan Street.
Our next meeting will be at 9 a.m. Thursday, May 30th. Gardeners should bring along garden tools such as trowels and a leaf rake, gloves and their plants/seeds as we will be working and planting in the garden. According to the weatherman, it should be a sunny, warm day. I certainly hope so.
As this garden is designed with children in mind, we are asking that anyone dividing the following perennials or with extra seeds make a donation to our new garden:
Lemon scented geranium
Sea Holly – Eryngium
Swiss chard ‘Bright Lights’
Thank you. I am looking forward to meeting everyone on Thursday.
Happy Gardening, Natalie