CLEAR SPRING - Members of Troop 655 Daisy Girl Scouts in Clear Spring are going to be learning more about how things grow starting Saturday.
"We are having our first work day at the Clear Spring Garden Club's butterfly garden Oct. 18," said Clare Seibert, co-leader of the troop.
Recently, the troop was asked to take over the responsibilities for the unique garden, which is next to the pavilion at the Washington County park in Clear Spring.
It is, after all, a perfect pairing.
The children's butterfly garden was built by children and for children eight years ago by then junior members of the Clear Spring Garden Club.