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Hope Grows Here!
 

Hope Grows Here!

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A tour of the planned garden for The Children's Room, a center for grieving children, located outside of Boston, MA.

A tour of the planned garden for The Children's Room, a center for grieving children, located outside of Boston, MA.

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    Hope Grows Here! Hope Grows Here! Presentation Transcript

    • Imagine. Gorgeous flowers. A place to sit. Enjoy the warm sunshine. Smell the flowers. COG Design, a local non- profit, had the vision of what our garden could be for our families. They offered help.
    • COG Design found talented landscape designer with vision. David McCoy, principal at Geographia Landscape Design spent hours and hours listening to stories about The Children’s Room and our vision. He created a beautiful plan to transform our entire space so that Hope Grows Here.
    • We are so lucky to have friends like A Yard and A Half is donating their talents and expertise to grade the yard, prepare the soil and get ready for planting time. They will build a walkway that connects the front path to the garden.
    • Helpers of all ages are needed so we Volunteer
    • This Daphne is beautiful and hardy and strong and will provide years of beauty for all to enjoy.
    • Butterflies represent the metamorphosis that happens after someone dies. We will have several Butterfly Bushes planted in our new garden to attract some of these graceful and delicate visitors.
    • Donate Now. Volunteer Now. Help Now.