This will be located in the heart of the Harbor Way Gardens. The completion date should be summer 2012. This fountain will be 100% eco-friendly relying solely on rainwater. Through a complex filtering system rainwater will be converted into a fun, safe environment where children can play and explore in a natural stone fountain.
This is a collection of recipes from the Harbor Island Garden Club members. It's a wonderful Hardbound cookbook full of wonderful recipes and gardening tips. You may contact Alison Long (email@example.com) for purchase. The cookbooks are $20.00 each.
Harbor Way Garden, a 36,400 square foot public garden at the gateway of Wrightsville Beach, continues to be one of our main projects. A stroll in the garden offers butterfly benches, a children’s playhouse with miniature seating, hopscotch and a swing, memorial benches and trees, a variety of coastal plantings and our brick pathway.
The Harbor Island Garden Club was organized in 1952 for women who lived on Harbor Island, which was not a part of Wrightsville Beach at the time. Later, in the sixties, when Wrightsville Beach annexed Harbor Island, the club opened up its membership to include women living on the beach.