City Removes South Memphis Blight, Adds Flower Garden

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(Memphis) The City of Memphis spruced up South Memphis, and did it by adding a splash of color to Soulsville.

A vacant lot across the street from the Stax Museum now glows with the golden hue of sunflowers.

A number of supporters came to see the new additions.

The flower garden project is also part of Memphis’ City Beautiful Initiative.

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