Now that the butterfly garden has been planted, we're working on a design for the BIRD GARDEN. This garden will be located on the back side of the library. Access the area by going through the interior doors on either side of the large windows, or just sit inside and watch as the landscape changes.
Interested in helping? Give Ed a call at 828-333-3883 to volunteer
Below are some of the native grasses we used in the circle garden.... Check them out!
You'll notice some of the same plants that were used in the entry gardens will be used in the circle design. Some basic principles of design are repetition and continuity. So you'll find as we design the library grounds that we repeat plants and color to help pull all the gardens together.
Have design questions, call Ed 828-333-3883 or Susan 828-656-2729.
Designs for other gardens are being worked on as well. Interested in getting involved?
We've started on the butterfly garden and will focus our planting this spring in that area. The paths have been established and some of the larger plants put into the ground. There is a lot of interest in the monarch project and we will plant to encourage monarch butterflies to feed and reproduce in our gardens. Call Bobbi at 828-689-5100 if you want to help with this project.
Michael Tousey is interested in designing and installing the woodland garden, but first needs to spend some serious time removing the invasives in that area. If you are interested in working on this project with him, give him a call at 828-689-5100.
Ed McNally and Michael Redfox are working on the outcrop area and the far edge of the the parking area, across from the entry gardens. Take a look at the work that has been started. Its looking great!! Give Ed a call at 828-333-3883 and let him know what you think.
Below are some of the interesting native plants we used in the entry garden. Check them out and see if they might fit into your landscape as well!
Comments or questions? call Ed at 828-333-3883.