50 years of victory gardens

May 1993
Yankee;May93, Vol. 57 Issue 5, p28
Presents facts about victory gardens in New England. Number of victory gardens planted in Connecticut in 1943; Number of convicts who worked on the victory garden at the Wethersfield, Conn., State Prison; Average number of flowers stolen from the Fenway Victory Garden in Boston in the weeks before Mother's Day; More.


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