The display garden at the cooperative extension service building in downtown Columbus was cleaned up recently by Foothills Association of Master Gardener members (left to right) Barbara Clegg, Catherine Macauley and Patsy Ryan.  After pruning and transplanting was completed, mulch – donated by Clement Landscaping and Tryon Mountain Hardware – was spread to help conserve moisture and prevent weeds. (photo submitted by Barbara Clegg)
The display garden at the cooperative extension service building in downtown Columbus was cleaned up recently by Foothills Association of Master Gardener members (left to right) Barbara Clegg, Catherine Macauley and Patsy Ryan. After pruning and transplanting was completed, mulch – donated by Clement Landscaping and Tryon Mountain Hardware – was spread to help conserve moisture and prevent weeds. (photo submitted by Barbara Clegg)

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Extension building spruced up

Published 9:42am Tuesday, March 26, 2013

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