Junior Girl Scouts Plant Daffodils In Colonial Park


Members of Junior Girl Scout Troop 60681 recently planted more than 1,000 daffodil bulbs in Colonial Park.
Photo: Somerset County Park Commission.

A section of Colonial Park was beautified recently by members of Junior Girl Scout Troop 60681.

The project consisted of planting more than 1,000 daffodil bulbs on the banks of the Powder Mill Pond.

The scouts were guided by the Somerset County Park Commission’s horticulture department and was undertaken in collaboration with the Millstone Valley Preservation Coalition, according to a release about the event.

“I’m sure this is something that the park patrons and the girls who participated in the project will enjoy for years to come,” Mark Inzano, the county’s horticulture supervisor, said in the release.


Your Thoughts


Please Support Independent Journalism In Franklin Township!

No other media outlet covering Franklin Township brings you the depth of information presented by the Franklin Reporter & Advocate. Period. We are the only truly independent media serving the Eight Villages.

But we can only do that with your support. Please consider a yearly subscription to our online news site; at $37 a year, it’s one of the best investments you can make in our community.

To subscribe, please click here.

Other News From The Eight Villages …

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *