With the arrival of spring, it’s time to plant.
In the weeks leading up to the annual beach closures, I’ve been working with a small team of gardeners, landscape architects, and local residents to plan and install a variety of beautiful plants and plants-in-the-ground that will help preserve and protect the beach from erosion.
As I look over a plan of my own, I see how much fun this project is, and how I can bring a few extra years of enjoyment into the lives of those who live nearby.
To make the project more sustainable, the gardeners are taking the time to identify and manage the plants that can be planted.
We’re planting plants that are native to the area that can provide shade and shade-giving plants for those who are less fortunate.
The planters will be used for landscaping, which will help keep the beach clean and green.
And when the beach closes, the planters can be returned to their original state of being.
With a few quick steps, we can create a sustainable, beautiful and resilient beach.
And we can keep the beautiful and sustainable windsurf area that surrounds it in place!
How to Make a Beautiful Windsurf Garden The first step is to identify the plants you want to plant for your project.
Many gardeners have a small list of plant species that they like and recommend to other gardeners.
For example, if you’re planning a windsurfing project with a group of friends, you may be interested in some species of trees that you might like to plant, such as ash trees, ash brambles, or ash palms.
To help you get started, here are a few suggestions from my group: The trees should be native to this area.
If you’re going to plant a tree in Windsor, I’d suggest you plant it in the Windsor area.
This is the area of Windsor where the Windsor Hills are located, so the trees should have been here before the town was built.