A work session took place on September 16, 2014 for weeding and planting some fall color in our downtown Weaverville flowerbeds. The session usually only takes us one to two hours to get the beds looking beautiful. We brought pansies and a few fall mums to liven up the beds. We encouraged anyone who can to bring a few extra perennials from your gardens to add to the public spaces, we would love to plant them. Possible donations were purple verbena, cleomes (spider plant), cardinal flower, etc. We advised everyone to bring a water bottle, sunhat, hand tools, gloves and watering can if you can. We encourage club members to plan to be a part of the next fun and satisfying 3D session.
Tuesday, April 22 at 9:30AM is the date set for the first Main Street gardens cleanup of the year. Volunteers are welcomed. Please bring gloves and any garden tools you want to use. For more information, please use the contact form on this site.