Dayton Garden Club members are sowing seeds for the future. On Monday evening, Club members gathered to sow wildflower seeds at the gateway markers on the east side of the city on US 90. Next spring, if all goes well, the patch around the gateway markers will be covered with a mixture of Texas wildflowers.
The seeds include Bluebonnets, Indian Blankets, Purple Coneflowers, Phlox, Lemon Mint, Texas Paintbrush, Mexican Hat, Scarlet Sage and Black-Eyed Susans among others. Members paid $160 for the seeds while volunteers helped with tilling and watering the soil.
Garden Club President Kelsey Conner said the wildflower project is the first of…
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