The tree pruning and maintenance work performed in the Fenway Victory Gardens at the beginning of 2019 was an enormous success! This work promoting tree health received high marks from gardeners: trees looked healthier and more attractive, and nearby gardens benefited with airier and brighter plots this growing season.
We want to again acknowledge the important collaboration between the Conservancy’s Olmsted Tree Society, Boston Parks & Recreation and FGS Tree Committee co-chairs, Marie Fukuda and Susan Povak, and the Tree Committee members–all who worked so hard to make this project a reality. Thank you also to Rick Richter, VP of the Park, for coordinating the work, and to all the FGS members who facilitated access for arborists Maltby & Company–with over 50 trees on the project list, this work touched every corner of the Gardens!
View the press release here: