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It looks like another beautiful day ahead. I hope you get outside to enjoy it.
Want to know the current status of the Discovery Garden at First Capitol Park. Check out our Facebook page, facebook.com/columbiablooms.
The forecast calls for several inches of rain, but so far we've not received that much. Stay safe because it's not over yet. The rain we got so far will be beneficial to gardeners and local farmers. Hopefully it will not flood.
Did you know that you can learn all about America in Bloom and the award we received last year on our web site columbiablooms.org? (Click American in Bloom.) Much more information can be found on our web site. Please take a look.
We had a very productive planning meeting yesterday and a new member, Patsy Jones! To see the meeting minutes go to columbiablooms.org then click Resources/Committee Meeting Minutes. If you find errors please email me.
On March 10 at 3 PM we will prepare the soil on the southwest corner of 15th and Brazos (just north of the Fire Station) for planting Lantana. Please join us!
The name we chose for our new subcommittee for murals is Arts in Bloom. What do you think of it?
The new slogan that Tempe came up with is Come Bloom With Us. What do you think of it?
Because the library will be closed next Wednesday, March 2, our next planning meeting will be in the San Jacinto Room. Thanks to Laurie for making the arrangements. I apologize for the meeting date error in the last Newsletter.
Looks we're going to have several beautiful days in a row. I hope you are able to get out and enjoy the weather. I'll be heading to the Discovery Garden tomorrow around noon to do more weeding. I hope you can join me.
Please be sure to visit our Facebook page facebook.com/ColumbiaBlooms. Please like and share. Also take a look at our web page, columbiablooms.org. Did you know that videos from the last America in Bloom Awards Symposium are available on our web page? Click America in Bloom to see them.
We are upon the average last frost date for the year. Note that this is the average date. It's possible that we could still have a frost during the next few weeks, but I think the chances are slim. This means that spring is here! Time to get busy in the the garden.