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Tony Fisher, director of Community Garden project at Healdsburg Senior Living Center. Photo: Saxon Holt

At the Healdsburg Senior Living Community, a legacy lives on in an uplifting garden scene. A large space behind the community is filled with waves of vivid flowers, corn and sunflower fences, sprawling squash vines, precise rows of peppers with fruits like Christmas ornaments, therapy gardens, friendly goats, and darling therapy chickens.

Tony Fisher, the facility’s Marketing Director, conceived this magical scene six years ago as a tribute to his foster mother who raised him and his three brothers, as well as seventy-five other foster children.

Row crops, flowers, and bees in the vegetable garden at Healdsburg Senior Living Community. Photo: Saxon Holt

Annual beds blaze with petunias, marigolds, zinnias, and other colorful seasonal blooms. Photo: Saxon Holt

“She always said what she loved was growing flowers and vegetables, and being around animals,” T...


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