Plant swap

We had our first plant swap at the Berwick Beautification Committee outing, held at a fabulous cottage in the woods.

Frank and Phyllis Gegwich were the hosts and it was in the perfect location.  Frank grilled burgers and dogs, Phyllis made baked beans and “wimpies” and the rest of the committee members brought a covered dish.

Dave helped this morning and grilled the peppers and red onions for the antipasto tray that we were taking.  His temps were right on today, no burning anything!

We had a great time and enjoyed the wood fire in the cottage as we sat around and talked about important things in life, gardening, family and food!

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About crabtreegardens

I am a passionate decorator and the head gardener at Crabtree Gardens, LLC, which is a five acre naturalized garden located in Drums, PA. I advocate chemical-free, low maintenance gardening methods and working along with nature. I'm a freelance garden writer and member of GWA: The Association for Garden Communicators.
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2 Responses to Plant swap

  1. Plant Stands says:

    The antipasto tray looks…well, good enough to eat! I enjoyed your earlier post about using pieces of iron in your garden and I agree they add a great look and a sense of times past.

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