Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Plant signs & an anniversary celebration!

Next week is our 10th anniversary! On May 2, 2006, James and I married in our back yard with Rev. Wally Hiller as our officiating minister. Mr. Hiller, as I always called him, left for heaven in January 2015, but I KNOW he'll be with us to celebrate. God willing (referring to the chances of rain), James and I are going to host an anniversary celebration and garden tour this Saturday, April 30, from 1 to 4 p.m. 

As part of  our efforts to educate, I've made plant markers (from a recycled campaign sign and skewer sticks) that I'm going to primarily set out along the Ninth Street easement on our Meadow. (The QR codes on the tags link to plant species accounts on the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center website.) We have some really cool native plants that grow there, and I'm hoping to tell people in a positive way that I'd rather they not park there. We'll have plenty of other places to put cars. 

Please drop by and sign our guest book! 


Shirley/Rock-Oak-Deer said...

A friend and I are planning on coming up from San Antonio! So excited to see your garden. You mentioned 9th street in your post and we plan to just turn west on 9th and we'll see your garden or signs. I'm pretty sure we'll recognize it!

Sheryl Smith-Rodgers said...

We're at Ninth and Greenlawn Parkway. :-)

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