Design: Ryan Drnek, Sodder Studio
Maintenance: School and community volunteers
Garden Size: 25,000 square feet school yard
Notable Features: A huge swath of asphalt has been transformed into the Walgrove Wildlands, a Southern California native habitat garden where students engage in environmental stewardship. This enriching atmosphere was designed with distinct natural areas in mind, including forest, arroyo, wash, meadow, and coastal dune. Highpoints include an expanse of hummingbird sage and numerous native trees, including white alder, incense cedar, Tecate cypress, Southern black walnut, and Monterey and foothill pines.
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