CATSKILL REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER RECEIVES WOODLAND WILDINGS MEMORIAL PLAQUE – 07/27/2011
July 27, 2011 – Harris, N.Y. –Catskill Regional Medical Center (CRMC) recently received a Woodland Wildlings memorial plaque donated by the Community Garden Club of Liberty and the Roscoe-Rockland Garden Club.
The plaque will recognize donors who have contributed to the Woodland Wildlings gardens preservation fund. The donated plaque has been placed outside of the Garden Café hallway, which leads to the gardens. The gardens are located behind CRMC’s main Harris campus.
Founded in 1980, under the vision of Beatrice Brender and in conjunction with many local garden clubs and master gardeners through the years, the CRMC Woodland Wildlings gardens cover several acres and have 19 separate woodland garden sections. Currently, the Woodland Wildlings is home to flowering shrubs and trees, ornamental grasses, ferns, rock gardens, perennial and bulb gardens, woodland walks and wildflowers. The gardens are maintained primarily by the Community Garden Club of Liberty and the Roscoe-Rockland Garden Club. For more information about the Woodland Wildlings gardens, call 845-794-7631.