It's been over two weeks since new plantings were installed at The Smith House by Forever In Bloom. These photos show what the plants look like today. Photos taken right after the plants were planted are available here.
The Landscape Committee made the request for the plantings at the May 25 Board meeting, the minutes of which are on the official website. The amount approved to be paid to Forever in Bloom was $2600.
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We began Princeton Landing News while my husband Paul was President of the Board of Princeton Landing, a 600-home community sitting on 94 acres above Lake Carnegie. Though Paul is no longer on the Board, we've continued this blog, publishing a mix of information about our community, the Princeton area and beyond. Contributing writer Jon Latimer and I come from the world of publishing, where we wrote and edited—among other things—nature guides. So you'll also find a lot of information about the natural world. We hope you'll see something you like. Feel free to comment—no matter where you live.