Spring bulbs and Springtime clean-up of Flowerbeds

Hopefully residents have been, are enjoying, the flowering Spring bulbs in the common ground areas…


Flowerbeds in Main Common Ground Area after receiving their annual Springtime clean-up – ornamental grasses cut back to approximately 6inches above ground, dead Daylily foliage cleared away and existing mulch raked, then topped up with new fresh compost.

4 feet dia flowerbeds and Daffodils in main common ground area

4 feet dia flowerbeds in main common ground area planted with Panicum ‘Northwind’ Switchgrass & ‘Baby Betsy’ Daylilies and Daffodils planted in between

4 feet dia flowerbed in main common ground area

4 feet dia flowerbed in main common ground area planted with Panicum ‘Northwind’ Switchgrass & ‘Baby Betsy’ Daylilies

Flowerbed in main common ground area

Flowerbed in main common ground area planted with Panicum ‘Shenandoah’ Switchgrasses, Panicum ‘Prairie Sky’ Switchgrasses, Panicum ‘Northwind’ Switchgrass & ‘Baby Betsy’ Daylilies’

Flowerbed in main common ground area

Flowerbed in main common ground area planted with Panicum ‘Shenandoah’ Switchgrasses, Panicum ‘Prairie Sky’ Switchgrasses, Panicum ‘Northwind’ Switchgrass & ‘Baby Betsy’ Daylilies’

Burning Bush

Burning Bush

The above annual maintenance to flowerbeds in Main Common Ground Area was performed yesterday (Sunday 6th April) at no cost to our sub-division (Mike #276 volunteers his time), except for the purchase of the compost.

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