Originally, this piece by Greg Ragland was installed in an empty lot in the Central Ninth neighborhood, where the city had helped local residents organize a community garden. Since then, the neighborhood has gone through a revival, so the lot is no longer empty, nor a garden, and the sculptures were moved five blocks west, just past the freeway. You’ll now find it near the 9th South bike pump park, where once again it highlights a neighborhood garden and brightens the neighborhood.
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