Spring is here! Over the past five years, volunteers from the Pawling Garden Club have been busy planting a wide variety of daffodils at several locations: Route 22 and Corbin Road, Route 22 and East Main Street, Coulter Avenue and Route 22, in the island across from McGrath’s Tavern, at the Firehouse sign on South Street and along Dutcher Avenue near Route 55.
The daffodil is often the first sign of spring, providing vibrant shades of gold and yellow and promising warmer weather. As the daffodil is one of the first of all flowers to bloom in spring, its meaning is rebirth and hope.
It is our club’s hope that Pawling will become known for its vibrant spring display of daffodils. If anyone has suggestions for other locations for daffodil beautification in Pawling, please contact June Schlesinger, firstname.lastname@example.org or 855-8009.
The Pawling Garden Club was founded in 1935 and works for the benefit and beautification of the Town of Pawling. We welcome new members to participate in our events and activities. All that is required for membership is a love of gardening!