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Garden Gnome Dispatch, Feb. 17, 2012

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Greetings, Lantana residents!

I am pleased to share with you some news of our Library’s garden.

Last fall the Lantana Casuarinas donated a soil composter maker to the Library.  It can be found on our library building’s east side.  We thank the Casuarinas for their generous gift — the composter is already in use and is much appreciated.

We hope before long to be able to make organic compost for the garden.
Donations of leftover salad, vegetable greens, and grass clippings are needed to keep the composter  busy working!

We ask that donors with grass clippings contact the Library Director in advance in order that space can be found for them.

We also recently received a donation of a giant ponytail palm from a Hypoluxo Island patron that now graces our library building’s south side.   It is a beautiful sight!  Come and enjoy it!

In the spirit of going green,

The Lantana Public Library Garden Gnome


Written by lantanalister1

February 17, 2012 at 4:08 pm

Posted in Letters of a Garden Gnome

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