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Upper Fells Point

1827 E. Pratt Street

The Upper Fell’s Point Community Garden (1827 E. Pratt Street) is a real gem to neighborhood residents as it is the only green space in their community.

The entrance is bordered by a mosaic sidewalk with pervious stone and mosaic insets created by local children. The main pathway is lined with 16 beautiful plots filled with scrumptious vegetables and herbs, and luscious flowers, and are maintained by community residents. Also, the garden UFPIA 2013 path & plants lo-resprovides food for many wildlife species including birds, bats, bees, butterflies, and other beneficial insects. The garden space is often used for community activities such as potlucks, happy hours, community work days and a progressive dinner. For further information contact the garden manager at communitygarden [AT] or visit

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