U.S.S. Liberty Memorial Public Library (Grafton)

Barb, Joan, Carole, Sue, and Diane during spring planting.

Barb, Joan, Carole, Sue, and Diane during spring planting.

Co-Chairs: Joan Suelflow

 

Several OMG volunteers maintain the large, planted area on the east side grounds of the U.S.S. Liberty Memorial Public Library in the village of Grafton. This flower bed is designed to provide continuous flower blooms throughout the growing season.  Volunteers are needed to plant annuals amongst the lovely perennials each year, weed, water and deadhead the garden as needed.
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In May, help is given to the library staff with its annual plant exchange.  Anyone can bring in plants or bulbs on that Thursday and Friday and then return on that Saturday to take home an equal number of plants and/or bulbs.  There is no exchange of money.  This year’s exchange (2017) will be held on May 4, 5, and 6th.  Questions can be directed to the library staff by calling 262-375-5315.