Gardens we maintain

Here’s a map and list of the gardens and plantings maintained by the Crown Point Garden Club (as of July 2020).

Map of gardens we maintain

Pipeline Trail Pollinator Garden
Our first project, this mostly native plant garden is about 700 square feet in size. It is on the Pipeline Trail between Edgemont and Park Row North. The nearest intersection (by car) is Dunsmure and Edgemont. Here is the Pipeline Trail Pollinator Garden – Species Inventory.

Triangle Garden
This planting is an informal rehab of a prior attempt to beautify a small triangle of land created by a split in the paved path where the Pipeline Trail intersects Edgemont. Some natives, a lot of tough perennials.

Park Row Pollinator Patches
Two small (12’x12′) native plantings at each end of the Park Row North boulevard, between Cannon and Edinburgh. Minimal maintenance, lots of life.

Kenilworth DePave Garden
On Kenilworth between Cannon and Britannia, this garden serves as a stormwater swale for the adjacent parking lot. On the property owned by Holy Family Parish at 1393 Cannon Street East, this garden was built in 2016 with funding from Hamilton Green Venture. Many native shrubs and trees but mostly an experiment in what will survive the extreme conditions.