Our Gardened Spaces

Generous Gardeners has planted and cares for the following gardens in Gloucester, Massachusetts.  They are listed in the order of when we started caring for them.

  • Fishermen’s Wives Memorial garden (2013)
  • Sargent House Museum (2013)
  • Police Station garden embankment on Rogers Street (2013)
  • Median strip on Washington Street (2014)
  • Gardens near Pavilion Beach on Stacy Boulevard (2014)
  • Ten Pound Island Memorial (2014)
  • Traffic island by St. Peter’s Square (2014)
  • American Legion (2015)
  • O’Maley School front entrance (2015)
  • Gardens at Middle and Pleasant Street (2015)
  • Traffic islands on Railroad Avenue (2015)
  • Traffic islands by Bass Avenue (2015)
  • Traffic islands by Eastern Avenue (2015)
  • Traffic island by Centennial Avenue (2015)
  • Ancillary traffic islands by Grant Circle (2015)
  • Magnolia Library (2016)
  • Gus Foote Park (2016)
  • Stacy Boulevard gardens (2016)
  • Main Street planters (2016)
  • Planters on Stacy Boulevard by Blynman Bridge (2018)
  • Planters on Stacy Boulevard by the “Man at the Wheel” Memorial (2017)
  • O’Maley Middle School second entrance (2017)
  • HarborWalk Butterfly Gardens (2017)
  • Good Harbor Beach foot wash station (2017)
  • Gardens at public parking lot on Rogers Street (2018)
  • War Memorial at the corner of Prospect and Pleasant (2018)
  • Created the McPherson Park gardens on Prospect Street (2018)
  • Picture Garden behind the tennis courts on Stacy Boulevard (2018)
  • Elizabeth Gordon Smith Garden on Stacy Boulevard (2018)
  • The Visitors Center at Stage Fort Park (2019)
  • Main Street in front of the Michael Swift Gallery (2019)
  • Cripple Cove planters (2019)
  • John Alto Park (2019)
  • Grant Circle (2019)
  • Washington Street pocket gardens in Lanesville (2019)
  • Collins and Flanagan’s Square traffic islands (2019)
  • Rocky Neck planters (2020)
  • Fitz Henry Lane Park (2020)
  • Hesperus Circle (2020)
  • Cripple Cove traffic island (2020)
  • Magnolia Cemetery (2020)

Stacy Boulevard with a likely future volunteer enjoying the space.