Spring in the Garden means many things; the soil is warming, the first sprouts of green are popping. Staff, seasonal staff and volunteers are anxious to return to their gardening tasks. Our members and guests are looking forward to visiting and experiencing the daffodils, forsythia and other first blooms of Spring. The greening of our Gardens continues and provides us a sense of stability and continuity in the midst of COVID-19 and the uncertainties that we are facing. While we are not able to visit in person we are appreciative of the creative ways you are reminding us to stay connected on line; sharing the images and outdoor projects that remind us Spring has come, as it always will. The resiliency of public gardens is more important than ever; we are here to help.
BHS: Public Gardens – Resources in a Time of Crisis
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