Pumpkins, zucchini, tomatoes and Sister Cecilia’s Famous Peppers can all be found among the roses in our sunny gardens. Even watermelon made an appearance this summer!
Our Care Center residents plant and tend tomatoes, blueberries, strawberries, lettuce, kale, beans – a cornucopia of veggies planted in easy to reach beds.
Framed by rose plants, this lovely space within the Care Center is a favorite in our assisted living community.
We always stop to smell the roses here at Nazareth House. Our gardens include scores of roses in every color imaginable, blooming March to November. Begonias, hydrangeas, and impatiens fill in between, and lovely hanging baskets line the walkways.
Sister Cecilia plants tomatoes and peppers for all to enjoy in the kitchen’s summer salads. Assisted living residents sit out among the gardens year-round, or admire them from our many picture windows.