Hingham, MA -- It's been a record breaking winter for snow! That's why people who live at Linden Ponds thought they would kick off Spring by creating real gardens inside the retirement community with HUNDREDS of real flowers!
Welcome Spring, created by Marty Saunders and a number of other residents, includes gardens and a sculpture once featured at the Boston Flower Show made by Linden Ponds resident Lloyd Lillie.
"With all the snow we have had this winter, everyone has been anxious for Spring this year," said Saunders. "The residents and I have worked very hard to bring spring inside this year at Linden Ponds."
"Between trips to the Flower Market in Boston, and designing the flower and plant arrangements, all of the residents worked very hard to make Welcome Spring happen," said Saunders. "Bill Gavin and Chuck Clutz also worked very hard on Welcome Spring so we hope everyone enjoys what they see this year."
Linden Ponds is one of 18 continuing care retirement communities managed by Erickson Living. Linden Ponds is situated on a scenic 108-acre campus in Hingham, Massachusetts. The vibrant campus opened in October 2004, and is home to 1,200 people who are enjoying life to the fullest.