WREN Visibility site clean up and flowerbed planting in North Woburn
Where: From Route 128, take the Route 38 exit, EXIT 35, toward Woburn/Wilmington. Please park in shopping center lot and walk to the site.
What to wear: Old clothes and gloves.
What to bring: A rake, shovel or wheel barrow. ( trash bags will be provided )
Water and beverages will be provided to the volunteers throughout the day. Pizza will be served around noon. (provided with a Neighborhood Day Mini-Grant from Social Capital Inc)
1. Pick up trash on the site
2. Remove and sort Stella D’Oro daylily clumps, daffodil bulbs and grape hyacinth bulbs from existing flower bed
3. Shake dirt from roots of Stella D’Oros and divide into smaller plants
4. Sort daffodil and grape hyacinth bulbs
5. Spread the remaining dirt from the existing flower bed throughout the visibility island site
6. Plant Stella D’Oro’s clumps and the grape hyacinth and daffodil bulbs in the new flower bed.
The WREN visibility site project was coordinated by WREN (Woburn Residents’ Environmental Network) with help and assistance from, Scott Gatchell - S.W. Gatchell Landscaping & Construction Co. of Woburn, Cheryl Heimlich - Heimlich Nurseries of Woburn, Talya Oberfield - Building Impact of Boston,
Brian Grace - Woburn Pack 502 - Cub Master and Andrew Gibson - SCI - Social Capital Inc of Woburn
This project is made possible with volunteers from Woburn Pack 502 Cub Scouts and their parents, Washington Crossing apartment residents and the many WREN friends and members who help with this and other projects throughout the year.
If you would like to help or have any questions, please contact Fel Medeiros at email@example.com or Tel. 781-526-0810