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Published: 6/15/2014 - Updated: 4 months ago


Olander Park greenhouse

Robin Parker, Olander Park System assistant manager is cultivating at least 5,000 indigenous plants and seedlings inside a greenhouse at Sylvan Prairie Park. The plants will eventually be used in the park system’s flower beds. CLICK ON ANY IMAGE TO ENLARGE PHOTO, START SLIDESHOW.

Becky Kanitz, an Olander Park System conservation team member, waters seedlings while working in the greenhouse. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Becky Kanitz, an Olander Park System conservation team member, waters seedlings while working in the greenhouse.
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Milkweed growing in the greenhouse. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Milkweed growing in the greenhouse.
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Becky Kanitz, an Olander Park System conservation team member, waters seedlings while working in the greenhouse. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Becky Kanitz, an Olander Park System conservation team member, waters seedlings while working in the greenhouse.
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Robin Parker, assistant manager at Olander Park System, transplants native plants to bigger pots. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Robin Parker, assistant manager at Olander Park System, transplants native plants to bigger pots.
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Becky Kanitz, left, an Olander Park System conservation team member, and Robin Parker, assistant manager at Olander Park System, transplant native plants to bigger pots. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Becky Kanitz, left, an Olander Park System conservation team member, and Robin Parker, assistant manager at Olander Park System, transplant ...
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Becky Kanitz looks at seedlings while she fills her watering can in the greenhouse. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Becky Kanitz looks at seedlings while she fills her watering can in the greenhouse.
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Becky Kanitz, left, and Robin Parker  transplant native plants to bigger pots. There are more than 30 indigenous plants growing in it that will be planted around Olander this summer. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Becky Kanitz, left, and Robin Parker transplant native plants to bigger pots. There are more than 30 indigenous plants growing ...
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Becky Kanitz, left, and Robin Parker transplant native plants to bigger pots. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Becky Kanitz, left, and Robin Parker transplant native plants to bigger pots.
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Becky Kanitz, left, an Olander Park System conservation team member, and Robin Parker, Assistant Manager at Olander Park System, right,  transplant native plants to bigger pots while working in the greenhouse on June 13, 2014. There are more than 30 indigenous plants growing in it that will be planted around Olander this summer. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Becky Kanitz, left, an Olander Park System conservation team member, and Robin Parker, Assistant Manager at Olander Park System, right,...
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Yellow wild indigo growing in the greenhouse. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Yellow wild indigo growing in the greenhouse.
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The Olander Park greenhouse. Enlarge | Buy This Photo The Olander Park greenhouse.
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