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Memory Garden

Date
March 11, 2011
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Kate's Club
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Now that spring is upon us, if you have considered planting a memory garden, it is the perfect time. Memory gardens can be as large or small as you want them be, and can be located anywhere from a residence to a school or even a park.

Memory Garden in Bloom

One of the most important aspects of this process in ensuring that what you are planting will flourish in the garden. Your local Parks Department will have a list of plants that grow well where you live. In order to personalize the garden, you could also consider including a favorite plant of your loved one or incorporate a plaque with their name.

Photo credit: gardenwheeling.blogspot.com + Picasa.

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