Tucker shop turns unused space into children’s garden
by Christine Fonville
11:11 AM, Wednesday, August 26
A locally-owned gardening supply shop in Tucker has transformed what was once an overgrown alley into a green, learning space for children and families. Linda Karr, owner of The Garden Enthusiast, 2316 Main St. in Tucker, said the children’s garde...

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