Sunflower Village

In 2012, Franklin Square community residents adopted this abandoned lot on Carey Street and began cleaning & greening work there.  With the help of PNC,  The Franklin Square Community Association, The Salvation Army Boys and Girls Club, and the St. Luke’s Church together with their art partners, Civic Works and the CAN Collective (Emily C-D, Jessie Unterhalter, and Katey Truhn) they created a Sunflower Village. The art installation includes extensive gardens, two mirror-mosaic murals, banners and flags, and an archway entrance.

Baltimore community garden, Franklin Square, 21223
Sunflower Village mural.
21223, Baltimore City, Franklin Square community garden
Sunflower Village Mural.

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