My Wildflower Garden – Metuchen, New Jersey

Isaac Kremer/ August 3, 2019/ placemaking/ 0 comments

In 2019, I sought to reclaim a plot of land beside our house, and make it friendly for pollinators and birds. A few store bought plants were placed. The remaining sections were planted with a mixture of wildflower seed and bird seed. In the weeks that followed the garden filled in – both in surprising and unexpected ways.

May 29

June 1

July 10

The foxglove is just about done as the wildflowers begin to fill in.

July 14

July 22

Our first butterfly.

July 23

Orange and yellow wildflowers appear first.

August 3

The blues, purples, and whites fill things in.

August 9

August 10

August 16

September 5

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Isaac Kremer is a transformational leader with a track record of success revitalizing downtowns in the United States. He has written and spoken extensively. He's always on the lookout for new and innovative ideas to unlock the potential of downtown areas.

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