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Chatham Mills Pollinator Habitat Project: Garden Installation

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Chatham Mills Pollinator Habitat Project:
Garden Installation

December 2008

Photos and text by Debbie Roos, Agricultural Extension Agent.

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Before:

before planting

before planting

front bed before planting

before planting

before planting

During:

Ray Sugg

Ray Sugg of Bonlee Grown Farm helped me pick up all the plants. I purchased plants from 10 different local nurseries. I picked up the smaller orders that would fit in my truck and Ray picked up the bigger stuff. He was a huge help!

Sara Wilson

I hired Sugar Lake Nursery in Pittsboro to help with the first part of the installation. I originally envisioned using volunteers to do all the planting but it was so late in the year and we needed to get it done. I used volunteers to help with the planting in 2009.
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