Photo of the month
From Ellin Hanlon, APLD:
"These are part of a slope in one of my borders. Hydrangea quercifolia ‘Snow Queen’, Cornus kousa ‘Wolf Eyes’, Hydrangea arborescens ‘Annabelle’, and Hakonechloa macra (the species)."
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Members in the News
Thomas Lynch's Marginal Way restoration project featured in local press
Thomas Lynch of Thomas Lynch Design devised and oversaw a project to restore native wildlife habitat to a portion of Ogunquit's Marginal Way recreation path in 2015 (as profiled in our August, 2015 newsletter).
Now in its second season, the new plantings are the subject of a feature article in the (York County, ME) Journal-Tribunefor August 5.
The article can be read online here.
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