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A vibrant neighborhood oasis that started with aloe vera is a labor of love for Philbert Alencastre

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Philbert Alencastre

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                                Philbert Alencastre, 75, worked a garden at the intersection of St. Louis Dr. and Alencastre Street. He has cultivated a variety of plants in what was once an overgrown and neglected parcel for the past 20 years. Alencastre Street was named in honor of his grandfather’s cousin Bishop Stephen Peter Alencastre.
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CINDY ELLEN RUSSELL / CRUSSELL@STARADVERTISER.COM

Philbert Alencastre, 75, worked a garden at the intersection of St. Louis Dr. and Alencastre Street. He has cultivated a variety of plants in what was once an overgrown and neglected parcel for the past 20 years. Alencastre Street was named in honor of his grandfather’s cousin Bishop Stephen Peter Alencastre.

CINDY ELLEN RUSSELL / CRUSSELL@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                Philbert Alencastre
CINDY ELLEN RUSSELL / CRUSSELL@STARADVERTISER.COM 
                                Philbert Alencastre, 75, worked a garden at the intersection of St. Louis Dr. and Alencastre Street. He has cultivated a variety of plants in what was once an overgrown and neglected parcel for the past 20 years. Alencastre Street was named in honor of his grandfather’s cousin Bishop Stephen Peter Alencastre.