Victory friendship garden
You may remember the "victory gardens" of WWII when citizens started planting their own gardens to relieve hardship by reducing national demand for produce. This is also a victory garden. One South Euclid partnered with The Hunger Network to create a garden to donate produce to nearby food centers. Its name also comes from its location. In 2014, clients of Asian Services In Action joined the renamed Victory Friendship Garden to give South Euclid’s refugee population more growing space for produced. Read more about the Victory Friendship garden at Cleveland.com.
Location: 1427 Victory Drive (across from Giant Eagle)