Do you remember the ? It was a great example of people coming together to improve an area of Rosemont in need. The cooperative volunteer enhancement project transformed the deteriorated corner, revitalizing it with a fresh, clean look and new landscaping. To refresh your memory, visit: Page 6 of RCA's Newsletter and .
However, you may have noticed over the past several months that one of the larger plants died. The dead plant looked terrible and disrupted the symmetry of the landscape.
On Tuesday, Nov. 1, a call was made to the corporate offices of Green Acres Nursery and Supply, and a donation request was made for a replacement plant. An explanation was provided to Brooke at Green Acres regarding the need and within three hours of the request, Greg Gayton at the Sacramento Green Acres location responded to the call by donating a five-gallon plant (Ceanothus “El Dorado”). By early afternoon, with the help of volunteer Doug Kenner, who provided the manual labor, the dead plant was replaced and the fresh look was restored to the landscape.
Thank you, Green Acres, for your donation and thank you to everyone at Green Acres who made this happen so quickly! The Rosemont community appreciates your kind donation which made an immediate difference by restoring a revitalized look to the Huntsman/Mayhew corner. Our community is grateful for your support!