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Art in the Garden
 
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Art in the GardenLola's Lunchbox  

Reminder:  Art in the Garden

 

Saturday, August 4th from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm.

 

Come out and join local garden inspired artists displaying,  demonstrating and selling their crafts. The garden will be filled with live music from Jazz 3.  There will be special sales the entire weekend.  Bring your friends and family and come out for the first annual Art in the Garden!  Lola's Lunchbox food truck will be serving their tasty treats for purchase during most of the event.  So don't forget to bring your appetite.  Here's a bite about Lola's.

 

Evolution of flavor!  Taking traditional dishes and adding a new 'Lola's' flavor twist, creating mouthfuls of tasty goodness. Mobile deliciousness made with your taste buds in mind.  The Lunchbox team serves from the heart, to bring culinary delights to the masses and private events.  Our hand-pressed burgers, mouthwatering pulled meats, fresh ingredients and tasty homemade sauces will keep you craving Lola's long after you lick your plate clean!

 

 

 
 
 Color Your Garden...
 
 

Shade Combination August/September

Sun Combination August/September

 

Perennial Combination for Sun and Shade:

 

Your garden can provide plenty of color throughout the summer months. Color your garden by designing with perennial plants for sun and shade with a bloom time between August and September. Here are some quick and easy tips for perennial plants.  Deadheading your prennials during the hot summer months will encourage longer bloom time and help to keep foliage full and healthy throughout the season.  Some perennials need to just have spent blooms removed, others with a heavy bloom all at once might do better with a short cutting back of all blooms (1/3 of the plant).  Also remember that wilting perennials in the hot summer months does not always mean they require more water.  High temperatures can also cause plants to wilt.  So if you have recently watered and your perennials are wilting, first be sure to check the soil before watering the plant(s) again.  It is best to let the soil in your perennial garden dry before watering again. The majority of perennials are not happy with continuously wet soil.

 

TOP:  Shade Combination: Cimicifuga, Anemone, Hakonechloa (Jap. Forest Grass)

 

BOTTOM:  Sun Combination:  Grass, Karl Foerster, Sedum Neon, Rudbeckia Goldstrum

 
 
 Artist Profile...
 
 
Maggie Lorenz Art  

Art in the Garden Featured Artist

 

On August 4th the first annual "Art in the Garden" will take place. One of the artisits scheduled to exhibit is Maggie Lorenz. 

Her nature inspired drawings are displayed in our gift shop special section for participating artists.  Here is more about Maggie and her work.

 

Good Day, my name is Maggie Lorenz.  I live in Phillips.  I am a mother of three, a wife, a forester, and a nature enthusiast.  I dream of someday having the leisure to make art using nature as my inspiration.  Now as a full-time forester when I am in the field I have time to observe the beauty of nature.  But as a busy momma, I have time to create art during project time on  "Mommy Day."  The "Mother by Nature" art studio is a dream for the near distant future.  However; gathering photos of mushrooms, lichens, samples of pressed leaves and flowers and observing the beatuty in what mother nature has provided for us has long been and will be just something I do.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
 

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