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Peekskill's Yellow Daffodil Trail

Peekskill volunteers create a new kind of yellow pathway in the city.

Peekskillians take pride in claiming ownership of the yellow brick road that to have inspired L. Frank Baum in writing the Land of Oz. But now residents can be proud of a new yellow pathway in the city, a trail of daffodils.

The new burst of yellow throughout the city is thanks to the efforts of the Peekskill Garden Club and merchant contributions. Last fall the Club planted 8,000 bulbs from the train station to the high school, which then resumes at the city border on Route 6, according to Myra Marsocci, of the Garden Club and the owner of the Shades of Green.

Thanks to everyone who planted the beautiful flowers! 

Shar March 31, 2012 at 11:22 AM
Very pretty...Thanks Garden Club
judy malatino March 31, 2012 at 01:07 PM
Flowers can be enjoyed by everyine regards of age,sex or ethnicity. The Garden Club along with the mercants of Peekskill strive to make Peekskill a beautiful place. Look for more yellow next year. Volunteers and donations are always needed to contine our path. Judy Malatino Pres,

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