Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Still working doggedly at the garlic mustard removal. It's heartening to see that some of the places I've paid special attention to in previous years seem -- for the moment -- to be free of garlic mustard. Marnie's Point is looking good, and the little section across the path from Beechwood, where we planted sumacs and cup plants, is remarkably free of GM this spring. I don't have to go far to find more, though: the greenery in this photo, taken a very short distance down the path, is all GM.

1 comment:

eepy said...

Good to see you back in the wetlands again, Marnie.

I just acquired a small peapatch in our local Community Garden and I'm doing battle with weeds. They're pretty easy in the well-tilled soil, but they're murder on the pathways.

Keep up the good fight!