When the Friends volunteers planted hundreds of small wild flower seedlings in an area cleared from buckthorn along Frautschi path 10 days ago, they did so with hope for some “heavenly” help. And favorable circumstances came in abundance. Almost every day since, the seedling could take roots with rain and sunshine or sunshine and rain. So far, most plants have survived the transfer to the challenging conditions of the “wild.” Enjoy the photos and watch for the wild flowers to grow. Next year they will dazzle us with their beauty. The two photos of mature spring plants along the path show what our seedlings and bare root plants might look like in two years. That’s when these were planted along Frautschi path. Photos Gisela Kutzbach.
I'm passionate about the Preserve. Gisela Kutzbach and contributors