Unity Gardens Grantees: Look Who’s Blooming!

Check out our Spring 2023 grantees!

Unity Gardens is pleased to support these 8 volunteer groups in their efforts to use the power of plants to address localized environmental issues like habitat loss, erosion, and stormwater runoff. 

Severn Grove Entrance Garden

To establish a new native garden to benefit wildlife, to manage stormwater, to enhance the beauty of our common property, and to educate community members about the benefits of native plants.

BHS Rain Garden Restoration

To support the restoration and replanting of native species in the existing rain garden located at Broadneck High School.

St Margaret’s Church Adopt- a -Garden Program

To enhance the diversity and habitat of landscaped areas on the Church campus, support the SMC volunteer adopt a garden program, and enhance education of parishioners and visitors on identification and appreciation of native plants on campus.

Severn River Middle Native Garden

To create three native gardens in the front of the school which will include natural habitat areas, pollinator plants for butterflies, and food for native birds. In addition, we aim to prevent storm water run-off by increasing native garden spaces and reducing grass turf areas.

Unity By the Bay Memorial Garden

To develop our memorial garden area with native plantings while using the experience to educate our volunteers on the many benefits of planting native.  To provide habit for wild life and pollinators.  To create a garden that is more tranquil and protected from the harsh parking area. To increase soil depth through root development in order to take some of the pressure off of the very nearby water retention area.

Belvedere Beach Access

To install native gardens, pollinators, and plants that provide suitable food sources for insects, birds, and wildlife, manage water and reduce erosion.

Chase Lloyd Home Garden

Our goal is to achieve a 70/30 native/nonnative garden by 2025. 

Annapolis Maritime Museum

To fund a portion of the expenses related to purchasing and installing native plant material in “welcome gardens” located at the main foot entrance to the Ellen O. Moyer Nature Park within the city of Annapolis.

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