Baltimore, Maryland: Store Skewering Giant Carrot

The former Green Onion organic market cowed the neighborhood into responsible eating with its Vegetables From On High.

Emma's Tea Spot

Address:
5500 Harford Rd, Baltimore, MD
Directions:
Harford Rd and Hamilton Ave.
Phone:
410-444-1718
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Green Onion giant carrot.

Giant Carrot Stabbing Through Building

A giant carrot stabs through the corner of The Green Onion organic market. The building sits on the corner of Harford Rd and Hamilton Ave at 5500 Harford Rd. The neighborhood also has many murals, both on buildings and the crosswalks, as well as many large painted planters along the street.

[Emily Sloman, 11/15/2012]

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