What's happening at Cedarcroft
We've had a rainy spring/early summer, so the grass and trees are growing rapidly. The native grasses planted along the drive to the Cottage are doing well, and the eastern gamma grass in the back 40 continues to expand. That, of course, means the lawn is growing and has to be mowed frequently - not a lot of fun, but I want the trails fairly open as well as the lawn looking good. Also growing is poison ivy, as well as thorny plants such as blackberry - I call blackberry "chiggerberry" because it's a good place to pick up a case of chigger bites. We provide spray-on bug repellent to help protect you if you take a walk on the trails.