Being able to continue gardening was a big factor for resident Elaine Fulmer when choosing to move to Moravian Manor Communities. “I love gardening and am able to have a perennial flower and herb garden around my carriage home, as well as a vegetable plot in the community garden. The green thumb runs in my family … grandparents down to my sister and I. I love the alone time, serenity, and nurturing of plants. As well, I enjoy the camaraderie of the community garden. We take care of each other’s plots when someone goes on vacation or visit with family. Although I know a lot about flowers, my new friends in the community garden are helping me expand my knowledge about growing vegetables. I went from basic tomato, cucumber, green beans and zucchini last year to sugar peas, watermelon, radishes, scallions, Swiss chard, broccoli, bok choy and delicata squash this year. I love sharing the bounty with my neighbors. We even have a compost pile like I did at home! I also love to cook, so having an herb garden off my patio is great, and I love looking out the sunroom window at the ever-changing perennial flower display. My neighbors know they can always find me outdoors digging in the dirt here or there.”
Finding the perfect place with opportunities to grow and enrich your lifestyle is easy to do at Moravian Manor Communities (MMC). With the area’s widest array of residence styles and two campuses mere steps to downtown Lititz, we’re cultivating a community rich with possibilities. Here, you’ll not only discover room to grow physically, emotionally, intellectually, socially, and spiritually, but also actually grow whatever you want…native flowers, herbs, veggies, and more! Meet other neighbors featured in our blog who discovered the art of finding room to grow, and connecting with nature and each other at Moravian Manor Communities.