Coop & Community News
First this And now this Have you noticed a change in our landscape? The year of scaffolding is over and what was desolate is now flourishing. And it’s not finished. The few areas remaining will soon be planted. Ailing plants will be replaced and healthy ones will be happier, knowing that we care about them. … Continue reading AT LAST: FORT TRYON GARDENS!
By Mary Jane Wilkie Now that it’s spring, many of us are more conscious of the need to brush our pet, to remove hair that will end up on the furniture or clothes. Rather than dispose of their hair in the garbage, however, you can make it available to birds that frequent our courtyards. They … Continue reading Cat Hair, Dog Hair? That’s for the Birds!
By Mary Jane Wilkie As I approached the building, it was there, on the threshold, wedged (by its own efforts) between the door and the door jamb. A small bird, brown/gray like many, moving slightly (or I would not have seen it). Not knowing what to do, I opened the door and it flew—or rather … Continue reading The Fledgling
by Mary Jane Wilkie You may have noticed the planters outside some entrances to Fort Tryon buildings and wondered about their origin. As a test, our hard-working, dedicated Garden Committee created them and filled them with dried foliage last fall. The test has been successful, and we residents will soon have the opportunity to join … Continue reading The Smart Planters
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