Cityscapes is doing what we can to give back to those who are giving it their all right now.

Jan Goodman and her team went to multiple hospitals in the Boston area to share the love and gratitude  through the #givealittleplant campaign. There was even a song involved! It’s the little things that spread cheer and keep people going. We know these current events are exhausting and hard to process. Small tokens like a blooming daffodil or a pink tulip can really make a difference for someone’s moral. It was a joy to watch healthcare workers stream out of the building at the end of their shift and take home a plant that spoke to them. There were social distance high fives and dancing involved!

The Tufts Medical bear surrounded by flowers

The big bear in the Tufts Medical lobby cheering for daffodils!

Cityscapes had some amazing partners to help us!

Nurseries and nonprofits from near and far joined in to help us donate plants.

Big thank you to Berry’s Greenhouse, Trillium Wholesale, and Boston Strong Marathon Daffodils.

It’s teamwork like this that really brings us together during troubling times.

This story was picked up by news outlets locally and nationally, we even made the front page of the Globe! Plantscapers from around the country joined the movement and participated in their own ways. As a company, we are overjoyed to be able to extend beyond our normal day-to-day business, and do something that means a lot to those who deserve it. #GiveALittlePlant has been a huge success, and we would like to thank everyone involved to made this possible!

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