The Grass is Dead!

It took six weeks, but the grass is dead and ready to for the rototiller! We were a bit worried for a while because the grass seemed to be continuing to grow. Perhaps the last week of warm sunshine did the trick.

It is starting to look like the makings of a garden!

To look back at how we did this click here.


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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One Response to The Grass is Dead!

  1. Barbara Rinehart says:

    Wonderful news. Great and timely post. Planting is just around the corner. Now if I can only keep the slugs off the plants I am babysitting. I made an 8:00 Home depot run for “natural” slug bait. Barb

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