Spring 2015 - Work at Wistariahurst Museum started early this year. Three trees were removed in mid-March. The wood and brush were removed and taken to the dump in early April. We cleaned the grounds, pruned the Roses, and pulled up the pots that were ‘heeled’ in for the winter. We re-potted the plants in preparation of our plant sale May 16. As the plants grow, we divide and repot them as needed. This year we are also growing some new plants from ‘plugs’. These 1500 hundred new plants had to be potted, then re-potted as they grew. The pepper plants are now on their 4th re-potting alone. This year’s Interns are wonderful to work with as they accumulate their community service hours helping us prepare for the plant sale. And we always have a good time.