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Bryant Park spruced up for winter

Members of the Rotary Club of South Surrey did some final gardening before winter comes to the area. - Contributed photo
Members of the Rotary Club of South Surrey did some final gardening before winter comes to the area.
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Rotary Club of South Surrey members enjoyed some good weather as they finished their last cleanup of Bryant Park for the year on Saturday.

Flower beds at the south end of the park were trimmed, weeded and given a general sprucing up for the fall, Joanne Taylor, the rotary club’s director of public relations, said.

New bulbs – donated by the City of White Rock – were planted, as well as some ornamental plants, grass and heather, supplied by Lionheart Horticulture, who also professionally designed the flower bed for the club.

“Many local residents passed by and approved of the work and are looking forward to the spring flowerings at the park,” Taylor said.

 

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