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RE: Tennessee Gardener Article


Sounds like a wonderful area to live with all those gardens to explore!

You should volunteer at the nature center if possible. You learn many
other concepts of gardening there along with eco systems. Most of them
are really hard pressed for volunteers and would welcome you even if you
could only come once in awhile. Must warn you though, you will leave
with a different attitude about grass, seems you find yourself ripping
it out and planting something more suitable for wildlife.


> In addition, we have Ijams Nature Center, a garden that was donated to
> city by an avid family of gardeners.  Somewhat different in mission
> the Trial Gardens and the proposed KBG, it focuses on native plants
> nature.  Throughout the year, family orientated programs on owls,
> butterflies, etc. are conducted.  I took my young scouts there for
> work.  It is one other place I am tempted to volunteer although it is
> about
> 1 hr. in driving distance from my home.

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