Everything Croton salutes those residents who get out there and clean-up, not to mention improve, those neglected and overlooked village-owned properties....and in particular....
See below for a message from Richard Zumbach--and click on the photos too--don't forget about DAFFODIL DAY! (All photos, all rights reserved.)
A couple of more pictures on recent garden club contributions to making our village more beautiful. The dummy light now has a new yellow mum to welcome the Fall, and the Cleveland median has never looked better now that it has a number of new plants and is weeded. A special thanks Tara Egan for her efforts and determination to improve the Cleveland Median garden. It’s one of the most challenging gardens we have, and also one of the most visible to a large number of village residents in their daily travels. Thanks again Tara.
Don't forget our last meeting of the season: Thursday, 7:30 at the Library. Bring your ideas on what we should plan to do in the Spring.
Also, just another reminder about Daffodil Day. It’s this Saturday, 10/18 at Vassallo Park, 9 to 12:00. Plant daffodils that day of just pick up a bunch to plant at a location of your choice around the Village. Last spring was great with daffodils blooming all around the village due to your efforts. Let’s do it again and make this coming Spring bigger and better, and Croton the Daffodil Village of Westchester County. At Vassallo ask for Jan Johnson or Jen Pifer to pick up some bulbs, but don’t be to late, they may all be gone. Some ideas for areas to plant: along S. Riverside driven along the chain link fence anyplace from Municipal Place to up the hill to the auto repair building; around any of the many green village park sign posts; at Vets corners in front of the fairly new stone wall; or any other place you think daffodils would look great.
Editor's Note: P.S. DON'T FORGET TO CHECK OUT THE CCAC--CROTON CONSERVATION ADVISORY COUNCIL--FB PAGE https://www.facebook.com/CrotonConservationAdvisoryCouncil)