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Round 5 of HIB Floral Winners

by Bobby Blair
October 4, 2017

The theme in our next round of floral awards appears to be consistancy. Each of the three award winners go the extra mile year in and year out. Next Generation Martial Arts at 310 Woodland Street, above, maintains a colorful display all season long.

No dirt to plant in? Jasper Hill Cafe in the town square makes use of their railing with several window boxes along with a number of potted plants. Its a small area but the color and greenery breaks up space between hardtop and clapboards.

And directly across the street at 21 Central Street our hats are off to the folks who maintain this small garden bed by planting petunia's in the summer and extending the season with a planting of colorful mum's.

 

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