Benefactors

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  our two bin compost pile.

Barnard’s Orchard – 1079 Wawaset Road – Kennett Square: donation of Yarrow, Gerber Daises, Dill and Chives. *

Cindy Cristensen: Coreopsis ‘Nana’, Goldenrod

Diane Miller: Watermelon seeds

Garden Thyme – 1430 Lenape Road – West Chester: Plants donation.*

Josh Friedman’s parents are making a generous monetary contribution in his memory.

Laurie Nemic: Plant tags, containers, seeds

Linda Fratantoni: donation of 1 flat of marigolds

Men’s Exchange – 2 N. Five Points Road – West Chester: donation of small garden implements*

Michael Wolff and Dana Hurley from Optimal Massage – 121 E. Gay Street (Alley) – West Chester: Hand Painted Bournelyf Butterfly Garden Sign.

Nancy Sakaduski: donation of Cone flower

Nick Russo: donation of curly Parsley, Feverfew, Anise Hyssop, Monarda, and Yarrow

Pam Oakes for donation of Bronze Fennel

R-P Nurseries/Willowdale Nurseries – 649-650 Unionville Road – Kennett Square: Plant donation.*

Sandy Kwisz for in kind donation

Tom Bare donation from the Pollinator Garden at the Government Services Building: Asters.

Walmart – Indian Run Street – Exton: donation of $25.00 gift card used to purchase garden kit tools.*

Wedgewood Gardens – 1890 N. Middletown Road –  Glen Mills: donation of Clethra, Stokes Aster, Arrowwood viburnum.*

West Chester Agway – 956 S. Matlack Street – West Chester, PA for 30 pair of gloves, urea, phosphate, calcite, manure, mulch. *

* Retail Stores

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About chestercoextbutterfly

I am an apprentice Master Gardener with the Pennsylvania State University (PSU) Cooperative Extension Program. My local office is in Chester County. As part of my volunteer activity I am working with a team to develop a Butterfly Garden on the grounds of the  Church of the Loving Shepherd.  We will be using the creation of this garden as an educational program for some of the participants in the Bournelyf Special Camp which, is held every summer. Members of the congregation of the church will be involved as well as in the ongoing maintenance of the garden.The purpose of this blog is to document the project as it develops.
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2 Responses to Benefactors

  1. Barbara Rinehart says:

    Many thanks to all who have donated to this special project. We are less than a month away from really getting this garden going with the help of the Special Needs Campers! I’m sure it will be a fun time for all! Barb Rinehart.

  2. Yes we are! And please frequent any of the retail donors for your garden needs. Let them know we appreciate their help.

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