It’s planting season


Planting season is in full swin even at Elmwood of New Bremen. Residents recently painted and decorated clay pots. The residents, which included Luella Klenke, Millie Shellenberger, Joan Wenning and Marie Gusching, filled pots with soil and planted flowering seeds. When the clay pot becomes too small the residents will take plants out of the pots and plant in ground around the facility.

Planting season is in full swin even at Elmwood of New Bremen. Residents recently painted and decorated clay pots. The residents, which included Luella Klenke, Millie Shellenberger, Joan Wenning and Marie Gusching, filled pots with soil and planted flowering seeds. When the clay pot becomes too small the residents will take plants out of the pots and plant in ground around the facility.


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Planting season is in full swin even at Elmwood of New Bremen. Residents recently painted and decorated clay pots. The residents, which included Luella Klenke, Millie Shellenberger, Joan Wenning and Marie Gusching, filled pots with soil and planted flowering seeds. When the clay pot becomes too small the residents will take plants out of the pots and plant in ground around the facility.

Planting season is in full swin even at Elmwood of New Bremen. Residents recently painted and decorated clay pots. The residents, which included Luella Klenke, Millie Shellenberger, Joan Wenning and Marie Gusching, filled pots with soil and planted flowering seeds. When the clay pot becomes too small the residents will take plants out of the pots and plant in ground around the facility.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/05/web1_plant-seeds-002.jpgPlanting season is in full swin even at Elmwood of New Bremen. Residents recently painted and decorated clay pots. The residents, which included Luella Klenke, Millie Shellenberger, Joan Wenning and Marie Gusching, filled pots with soil and planted flowering seeds. When the clay pot becomes too small the residents will take plants out of the pots and plant in ground around the facility. Courtesy photo