High wind and frothy waves crashed upon the Bass Islands Thursday evening. Peak northwest gusts at South Bass Island Lighthouse measured 34 knots (39mph), and continuous wind was steady at 29 knots (33mph). Flooding created hazardous travel toward East Point and on Bayview Avenue near Put-in-Bay Yacht Club. Boaters at the Crews Nest docks added extra lines for security. High water also spilled over the seawall at South Bass Island State Park. Click images for enlarged view.
Thursday, June 13th at 4:30 pm – Plant Exchange
The Garden Club is holding a plant exchange on June 13 at 4:30 at the Yacht Club, and we want YOU to participate. If you have plants that need to be divided or a plant that doesn’t seem to thrive in your garden and needs a new home, we urge you to dig it up, pot it up, and share it.
If you need tips on dividing plants, see 3 Simple Ways to Divide Plants. So that your plants will look their best for the exchange, dig and divide as soon as possible. This will allow them time to recover and look full and lush in their pots.
We ask you to label your potted plants with plant name, bloom color, light requirements, and mature size. See attached file for Plant ID labels. Bring your plants to the Yacht Club between 2:00 and 3:00 on the day of the exchange so that volunteers will have time to organize.
At 4:30, exchange coupons will be distributed to participants and all are garden club members are welcome to come and browse. Those holding coupons will be allowed first choice. Remaining plants will be available to anyone in attendance.
We hope this will be a fun social event and a time to learn about new plants and acquire free plants! We hope to see you there! If you have questions, please contact Susan Hildebrandt at 440 409-1958.
Thursday, June 27th at 4:30 pm – Success with Succulents
This is a Master Gardener program where will you will learn about types of succulents, their care and container design.
ALL MEETINGS BEGIN PROMPTLY AT 4:30 PM. SOCIAL HOUR WILL FOLLOW FOR THOSE INTERESTED IN STAYING.
“Raindrops keep falling on our heads” is a tune Yardworks lately has heard plentifully. An over-abundance of rainfall has made some lawns impossible to mow at this time, so Yardworks is taking every precaution to make sure your soggy turf is not damaged by mowing. They may find it necessary to pass by some lawns in the coming week. And, they’ll be mindful of the ducks!
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Yardworks at 419-285-2147 or e-mail at yardworkspib “at” yahoo.com.
Mow on . . . and on . . . and on
Is your lawn growing faster than you can keep up? Does it seem like you just mowed it yesterday? Why not take a break and let Yardworks tame your jungle! Yardworks has the equipment and personnel