Friday, November 10, 2023

Interested In Gardening In The Neighborhood?

Two opportunities to garden in the neighborhood at two locations (A Street Park and Wormwood Park) on one day November 11th (rain date November 12th). 

 A Street Park
Community Gardens Lottery

  Saturday, November 11, 2023 (rain date 11/12)
 10 am
Garden Plots
Medallion Ave Extension in front of Channel Center Garage

A Street Park is a City of Boston Park bordered by Richards and W. 1st Streets featuring 8 garden plots, tot playground, dog park, half basketball court and flexible field.

There will be two garden plots opening in 2024 with 5 garden plots opening in 2025 and one in 2026. Names will be drawn for the two 2024 garden plots and a eight garden waiting list. Everyone on the waiting list will receive a plot within three years or less. If you are unable to attend, you may send a proxy providing a completed Proxy form is emailed to FPNA by November 11th at 5pm. Proxy may be involved in plot selection. Please bring your own pen to fill out your lottery entry. 
Garden plots are for a 3 year term to allow more people the opportunity to gardenYou must agree to the Community Garden Lottery Terms & Procedures.If you are designated a plot, you must be prepared to start planting your garden this spring. 

Make Fort Point Bloom
  Saturday, November 11, 2023 (rain date 11/12)
Wormwood Park (Wormwood & A Streets)

Join your neighbors for coffee and donuts before digging in. We have 300 bulbs to plant and need your help. Just think how lovely it will be to walk by daffodils blooming along the A Street linear garden. 

Tools and gloves provided. Green thumbs not required. 

We will be planting, raking and sweeping until 2:30pm. 

Boston Blooms is a city wide program beautifying neighborhoods by planting daffodils generously donated by the Boston Parks and Recreation Department. 

Any questions, please contact FPNA.

originally published 11.1.23

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