Pitchforks (and hydrant wrenches) aloft!

Flower Power! We are neighbors who are interested in bringing some botanical beauty to the bike-lane
tree pits so we have persuaded the city to allow us to garden there unimpeded. Anyone is welcome to
join at any level of involvement. There are no dues and no formal meetings; Just a desire to keep
Chelsea tree-lined and flower-filled. Join us!

Thursday, April 18, 2013

First flowers of Spring

It is so heartening to see the bulbs beginning to bloom. Walking by the grape hyacinths, tulips and daffodils just makes me happy. I've put down hundreds of seeds and can't remember what or where. Summer's blooms will be a big surprise.
Flower Power!

Daffodils at 20th St. & Ninth Avenue (why are they looking away?)
 See if you can spot the cigarette butts.

Hudson River Park is looking for volunteers

They got hit bad by the Sandy storm surge.
So if you want even more gardening in your life, email them.
Contact Matt Post, director of horticulture. mpost@hrpt.ny.gov

And check out their website at hudsonriverpark.org