St. George Village Blog
Gardens of Honor
Posted on May 22, 2015 by Stacy Anthony
During World Wars I and II, people in the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Australia and Germany planted Victory Gardens (also called war gardens or food gardens for defense) as a way to reduce the demand on the public food supply and support the war effort. Learn more about this civilian effort on the home front in The History of Victory Gardens.
Consider planting your own Victory Garden this Memorial Day weekend, in honor of those who served and those who are currently serving our country!
Everyone at St. George Village wishes you and your loved ones a safe and happy Memorial Day Weekend. As always, our front lawn is filled with American flags honor all of the brave men and women in our nation’s service who made the ultimate sacrifice to protect and preserve our freedom. We invite you to drive by and see this beautiful sight!