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Pike authority tries to help garden grow

Horticultural society's scaled-back plan gets $2m boost, but critics say a grander project won't come to fruition

By Thomas C. Palmer Jr.
Globe Staff / June 28, 2006

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The Massachusetts Turnpike Authority is giving $2 million to the Massachusetts Horticultural Society to develop three choice blocks along the old Central Artery, but critics contend the organization will never be able to deliver on its promise of building a grand winter garden at the downtown Boston location, a requirement that went along with the designation. (Full article: 948 words)

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