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On a note unrelated to plants, I have decided to sell my piano, which was purchased new around 1980. Believe it or not, I took lessons for eight years of lessons as a youngster. This piano is one I purchased as a recent newlywed around 1980. I have come to the realization that my chances of finding time to play again aren’t realistic, so I’m hoping to find it a loving home. If interested, and you’re in the local area, click the Craigslist link .
Plant Delights still has an open position for a Full-Time Facilities Maintenance Specialist. We’re looking for a handyman with good skills in a variety of areas. You can find more by clicking the link above. We’re also looking for some part-time help in this division as well. If this sounds like you or someone you know (i.e. a retired spouse that you’d like to get out of the house)…please let us hear from you.
Here’s our latest new garden construction at Juniper Level Botanic Garden. We’re clearing out an entire hedge of giant Nellie Stevens hollies behind the Open House sales greenhouses and replacing them with a more diverse and intricate planting. All of our beds are composed of a soil mix that we make: 50% native soil and 50% compost. It’s soil preparation like that makes plants grow so well and so insanely fast. It’s our goal to have this project completed by our next open house in February.