A curvilinear journey through California-native plants that represent bio-diversity, engage the senses, and evoke a connection to nature.
EDIBLE & EDUCATIONAL
A long, linear strip of dirt underneath some large Chinese Elms was the setting for a garden that would eventually capture the attention of both children and adults. The development of a serpentine pathway, connecting nodes along the way, were the bones of a garden space that is surrounded by a wide array of various California-native plants with fragrance or taste and provide food and habitat to our crucial pollinators. The space also includes two raised-bed vegetable gardens for the children to get in touch with where their food comes from.