Workers with McCullough Landscaping were busy last week refilling hanging flowerpots on Girard Avenue with fresh spring flowers, including petunias, white lobelia, Snow Princess alyssum, gold alyssum and other flowers, said the La Jolla Village Merchants Association’s (LJVMA’s) Design Division Director, James Niebling. The LJVMA maintains about 120 hanging baskets in the Village. The cost of the new plantings is just shy of $600. The LJVMA also added two queen palms in front of the new La Jolla Village Information Center, as well as succulent ground plantings at the base of six new trees the LJVMA added last fall, on Girard and Herschel avenues.
— Pat Sherman
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