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    Pocket Parks

    One of the many unique features of a pocket park is its sustainable design. It is intentionally designed to evolve over time, with plants specifically selected to grow in such a way that they will require less maintenance, fertilizer, and water as they mature. The park will look very different in just three years – and even more so in five -- as the plants fill out and act as a visual and physical buffer between the park and the surrounding streets and commercial properties, including an adjacent parking lot.

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    To learn more about this unique park project you can read about it here --  Case Study: Straw Hat Park, Medfield, MA 

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