Generous Gardeners have made our traffic islands look nice. Check out the poppies and alliums at the end of 128!
Proceeds from the plant sale will fund the Gloucester Education Foundation’s gardening program and Generous Gardeners’ beautification efforts throughout our city.
Gloucester won the All-American Selections award through the America in Bloom program! Generous Gardeners grew special varieties of flowers from seed and displayed them in planters on Rocky Neck and Stacy Boulevard. Gloucester was one of 20 communities selected to participate.
Generous Gardeners were busy again, this time at Cross Street at the end of 128. There was lots of hard work clearing and planting, with a welcoming thanks at Pratty’s afterwards.
It’s nice to have the sidewalks opened up again along with a better look at the Harbor Village Apartment building and how it fits in on Main.
PS I saw that Stone’s new lounge space was open last night!
The hanging baskets are baskets are back thanks to Generous Gardeners, 100 Women Who Care Cape Ann, and our DPW!
A friend shared her beautiful garden yesterday. It was amazing!