Geneva City Hall garden recognized for native plants
The Conservation Foundation recently awarded city of Geneva officials with a plaque to recognize the planting of a new garden at City Hall.
The garden was planted this year as part of the 100th anniversary of the Geneva City Hall building.
The garden contains native prairie plants that will survive on average rainfall, reducing the need to be watered or mowed.
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