Spring Clean Up

April 13, 2009 at 10:27 pm 2 comments

Entrance to Plum Bottom Pottery

Entrance to Plum Bottom Pottery

Spent the day cleaning up the grounds around Plum Bottom Pottery. Got out the chain saw and limbed some trees. I also had to get up on the pergola and trim the vines that were eagerly taking over the house.

I have to admit I am not the fondest of heights, but someone has to do it! Now that the brush has been cleared out a bit, a whole lot more sunshine is getting to the gardens and the gallery. Angela Lensch, a resident jewelry artist here at Plum Bottom Studios, helped rake out leaves from the gardens. In about a month things should start getting green. The gardens and pond really are beautiful in the summer.

Up on the Pergola

Up on the Pergola

Angela raking away

Angela raking away


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  • 1. Angela  |  April 26, 2009 at 4:20 pm

    That was a beautiful day. We got a lot done. We should have some nice weather this week so we can finish trimming and raking.

    I am excited for this the new look the front woods and gardens will have. Before long the woods will be bursting with green and the trilliums will be blossoming:) It is a wonderful place to spend the afternoon, and now it will be even better with the new openness and more sun coming in.

  • 2. Angela  |  April 26, 2009 at 4:25 pm

    Now that is it opened up in front of the gallery, I am thinking of set up outside for the Trunk Show I will be having there on the 16th and 17th of May. That is if the weather is good. The colors of the new spring necklaces will shine in the spring sun. Cross your fingers for good weather.


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