Monthly Archives: March 2012


Earth Day this year is April 22. The mission of this group is to protect and preserve our environment. The Bournelyf Butterfly Garden Team thought this would be the perfect day to kick off the start of our garden. At … Continue reading

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Josh Friedman

As noted in a previous post, the planned Bournelyf Butterfly Garden will include participants of the Bournelyf Special Camp (BSC). Our project has been given a significant boost with a generous contribution from Pattie and Bruce Friedman, parents of Josh, … Continue reading

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Ladybug, Ladybug, Fly Away Home…

Ladybug larva: Photo by Sally King March 9, 20012     While a ladybug is a common sight in most gardens, I had never thought about it beyond its adult version. I follow another blog which has some wonderful macros of … Continue reading

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All donations that we receive will be posted here as we get them. We thank each contributor for their support of our efforts! Albie and Dottie Raichle will be providing 20+ bales of straw which will be used in building … Continue reading

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Minutes for the Team Meeting on February 25, 2012

A team meeting was held 2/25/2012. In attendance were Barbara, Tom, Jen, Taryn, Diane, Nick, and Tanya.             Plant Selection and Design: Taryn provided a graph (40’ x 20’) of the garden and a list of the … Continue reading

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Native Plants Part Four

Achillea millefolium ‘Terracotta’, commonly called yarrow, is a herbaceous perennial that has multicolored daisy like flowers that grow on a flat-topped corym. The flowers range in color from salmon-peach to pale yellow-orange to terra cotta. They will flower all summer if … Continue reading

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