The Garden Workers

"Sun, shadows, passing hours,

Gardens, garden workers, flowers"

Established 1930

Sharpe Park


Haverford Civic Association Awards a Check to The Garden Workers

Haverford Civic Association board members met with members of the Garden Workers Garden Club in award winning Sharpe Park  on June 19,  to present a check to the Garden Workers.


The Civic hosted its third  "Art in Sharpe Park" family festival, held on May 4, 2019, in the park, successfully raising funds for birds and butterflies friendly annuals and perennials graciously planted by volunteers of the Garden Workers in our neighborhood gem, the Sharpe Park Bird Sanctuary.


The group is gathered below the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society's Community Greening Award sign which was presented to the Garden Workers in 2010 and remains one of their major neighborhood outreach greening endeavors in partnership with the Haverford Civic Association


Group shot of Garden Workers and Haverford Civic Assoc. board members with Commissioner Scott Zelov:( L to R.) Hilary Maner, Caroline Belsinger, Sallie Greenough, Laura Gregg, Scott Zelov, Jane Carton, Daphne Scullin,Tash Duff, Karen Shapiro, Anne Mezey, Hala Imms.

The New Garden at Sharpe Park!
The Garden Workers planted a new garden at the entrance of the park where an old tree was removed
Sharpe Park Bird Sanctuary
For over 40 years (since 1974) our members have maintained and planted this 3 acre park in Haverford, PA. 

 

Audubon's "BirdTown" promotes birds as a "most visible and measurable indicators of environmental health in our natural areas."

 

Sharpe Park has been designated as one of Audubon's "Bird Towns" and they have placed signs at either end of the park

A group of Garden Workers gathered at Sharpe Park to hang 75 seed coated wooden triangles made by Haverford School students as a community service project