The garden will close on October 30th. All fences and plant matter should be removed before that date. The latter can be taken to the city facility just west of the gardens.The sunflowers are an exception. Because they are a good source of food for birds such as finches, they can be left up over the winter. We will remove them in the early spring. It was a good year for gardening with the gardens more weed-free and neatly tended then they have been for years. The garden committee would like to thank all involved for contributing to making this a very enjoyable gardening season. And, for those of you who did not garden this year–think about joining us. There are few things as enjoyable as gardening.
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