There’s A Group Of Volunteers In Philadelphia That Adopt Cradle Graves In This Cemetary And Fill Them With Beautiful Plants

“We are always looking for interesting ways to engage visitors with the rich history of the site,” is written on the Grave Gardeners website.

“Re-planting our Victorian cradle graves is the perfect way to beautify the space and share a unique aspect of The Woodlands’ history.”

The group currently has over 150 volunteer gardeners. Many of them live or work near the cemetery, although the group accepts volunteers from all over the Philadelphia area. The group is very inclusive as well and accepts gardeners from all skill sets. You don’t have to be a master gardener to join!

Those who are unable to physically volunteer for the group can also donate on their website, as they need funding to purchase all of the supplies needed to upkeep the garden beds.

To learn more about the Woodlands Grave Gardeners, visit the link here.

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