Open Gardens 2.0: Worth the wait!
by FGS Roving Reporter Bruno Rubio. Gardeners in the Center South and Park sections hosted the second Open Gardens Night on August 15. July’s Open Gardens was a casualty of a 2-inch downpour that had the bad taste to strike in the hours just before the start of the event. The silver lining: Combining the two sections put lots of beautiful and inspirational gardens on display. Olga has...
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Green Team Victorious!
by Mike Mennonno, FGS President As always we at the Fenway Victory Gardens are grateful for the great work that our friends at the Emerald Necklace Conservancy do up and down our extraordinary park system. And come summer, we are especially grateful for the Green Team, and all the help they give us with projects like our community compost and the Teaching Garden. In fact, last year’s crew...
FGS pilots new compost set-up in Areas 1 & 2
by Mike Mennonno, President, FGS With the summer heat things tend to quiet down a bit in the gardens, but don’t be fooled! In July and August the board’s been working hard with the Emerald Necklace Conservancy’s Green Team on our biggest ongoing communal project: our community compost! Earlier this summer FGS Executive Board member Mario D’Amato and I met with composting...