Kile Oak Habitat Garden

All kinds of “Spring Cleaning” will be going on around Irvington on April 30th.

The Irvington  Garden Club is organizing a volunteer group to remove the remains of winter from around the Kile Oak!


From 9 to noon volunteers will plant wildflowers, remove invasive plants, pick up twigs, prune,and do other maintenance as needed. Please wear long pants and closed-toed shoes, and bring your own garden tools including gloves and pruners.


The Kile Oak is a 300-400 year old Bur Oak. Its garden, located at 5939 Beechwood Ave, is a registered wildlife habitat site and is planted with over 60 species of native Indiana wildflowers, ferns, and grasses.