Debra Sinick

Kirkland’s Cotton Hill Park is Looking for A Few Good Plants!

In Kirkland News, Kirkland WA on May 15, 2009 at 6:28 pm
Kirkland Highlands-Cotton Hill Park Path

Kirkland Highlands-Cotton Hill Park Path

Volunteers and plants are both needed tomorrow for the next Cotton Hill Park clean up. Saturday should be a great day to work outside at Cotton Hill Park, unlike many of the other cold and wet days earlier this year.

Here’s the message from Karen Story, Kirkland Highlands Association President, about tomorrow’s event:

Help us finish the UW Restoration Site!

Cotton Hill Park Work Party

Mulching and Planting

Saturday, May 16

10am – 2pm





(Water, gloves, snack)

Wanted: Native plants

Do you have any of the following in your yard that you could donate to Cotton Hill Park?

lady fern

sword fern

deer fern



fringecup (Tellima grandiflora)

piggy-back plant (Tolmiea menzieii)

native perennial violas

bunchberry (Cornus canadensis)

slough sedge (Carex obnupta)

Bring your tools and some plants if you have them.  Have fun and enjoy the sun.


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