Laura’s Community Garden, another club beautification site, is used not only by those dwelling in apartments but also by community member’s lacking suitable space at home. Additionally, it contains the club’s nursery which grows over 1,200 plants each year for donation to Irvington non profits or planting in the club’s beautification sites.
In 2014 we – with the city’s blessing – assumed responsibility for the Kin Hubbard Memorial Park. Given time, it will become another of our community’s bright spots. Our two other, large-scaled, undertakings; the Benton House Historic and Kile Oak Habitat Gardens are discussed on separate web pages.
As cited before, we welcome help in maintaining our beautification projects. Perhaps, you’d like to water a planter, deadhead daffodil, iris or daylily plants or plant summer annuals. Maybe pull a weed or two, donate a few dollars or help mulch a garden path. Whatever, we’d be happy for your help. If so, please contact our Green Initiatives Chair.% | % | %