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How to Start a Little Free Garden in San Diego County

Think small front yard libraries with the “take a book, leave a book” model, but brimming with dazzling organic produce.

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September 4, 2019
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Urban Plantations

Tiny gardens are small boxes with big goals: to reconnect friends and neighbors through the art of growing real food.

Urban Plantations, a local edible landscaping company, is partnering with Edible San Diego to build and install Little Free Gardens throughout the county—and you can do it too.

Join us in growing food for our community by creating your own mini-garden at home. Create a shared space with your neighbors to cultivate organic ingredients, right in your own front yard.

When citizens gather together, grow, and share harvests, neighborhoods become communities.

Visit the Little Free Gardens website for inspiration, blueprints, signage, and more. And to obtain your own garden kit, visit littlefreegarden.com.

Photo: Drew McGill of Drewfoto
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