Cornerstone Garden by Diana Digs Dirt is giving away a piece of the past to make room for future plans of a farmers market located at 414-B State Street in Greensboro. Cornerstone Garden, formally My Secret Garden has a swath of violet iris bulbs planted along the fence line in desperate need of division. Saturday November 19th 10am-4:00pm approximately 100 iris plants will be given away and any donations will be collected for the NC Chihuahua Rescue and Transport, www.chihuahua-rescue.com. They ask to please bring plastic bags to carry plants home.
Cornerstone Garden currently supports local artists and crafters by consigning their goods within the shop and plans to provide space for area farmers, bakers and other specialty vendors to sell goods on the grounds of Greensboro’s beautiful urban oasis.
Interested vendors should contact Diana Gardner-Williams, owner of Cornerstone Garden by Diana Digs Dirt at, 336.392.4031 or Diana@justacloudaway.com.CornerstoneGarden’s Farmers Market will open in the spring of 2012 on Saturday mornings.
German Iris plants add vertical interest to your perennial beds and should be placed towards the rear of your space. The flowers are great for centerpieces and very easy to grow. Try planting them along a drive if you have erosion problems or along a stream. German iris comes in various colors including pure white called Immortality, one of my favorites for moonlight viewing, fragrant and reblooms.
Come see us at 414-B State Street in Greensboro