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posted: 5/23/2012 3:15 PM

Garden club beautifies Mt. Prospect village hall

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  • Garden Club President Mary Lange, right, and fellow members plant a variety of perennials.

       Garden Club President Mary Lange, right, and fellow members plant a variety of perennials.
    Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

  • Rita Adamczyk, right, and members of the Mount Prospect Garden Club plant.

       Rita Adamczyk, right, and members of the Mount Prospect Garden Club plant.
    Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

  • Linda Korn and members of the Mount Prospect Garden Club plant a variety of perennials.

       Linda Korn and members of the Mount Prospect Garden Club plant a variety of perennials.
    Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

  • Keith Kuhn, landscape designer for the Mount Prospect Public Works Department, lays out plants.

       Keith Kuhn, landscape designer for the Mount Prospect Public Works Department, lays out plants.
    Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

 
Submitted by the Village of Mount Prospect

If the Mount Prospect village hall looks a litle prettier this week, thank the members of the Garden Club of Mount Prospect. They planted a variety of perennials Monday.

In keeping with the club's long history of community support, garden club President Mary Lange recently asked the village staff if her club could donate labor for a planting project on village property.

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The village had prepared a landscape plan for a perennial bed for the Keystone Plaza on the west side of the village hall, and club members agreed to install the plants.

The bed features a combination of flowering plants and ornamental grasses, including Prairie Dropseed Grass, Caradonna Salvia and Alpine Betony.

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