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Poppies and the Embarcadero 101 off ramp

Original post made by Enough!, Charleston Gardens, on Jun 15, 2011

I noticed that in the spring, someone paid a worker to show up every day for about a week, including on a Sunday, to weed the beautiful poppy's growing there. He would chain his bike to a post and stood out there with his clippers making the whole small field of them very wonderful to look at. Thank you to that unknown person and the worker...

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Posted by Paul
a resident of Downtown North
on Jun 16, 2011 at 9:02 am

That's nothing new. About a decade ago there was a gorgeous sea of bright orange California poppies around the El Palo Alto Park sign where Alma crosses the tracks, until the city weed-whacked them into oblivion in full bloom. They never came back. That formerly beautiful gateway park is now an eyesore.


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