LOCATION: Intersection of Armstrong Ave & Silver Lake Blvd

SLRC launched this project in the spring of 2015, engaging community members to help clear a large stretch of public land adjacent to the pedestrian path that has not been managed by the city. SLRC, community volunteers, and students from local schools have planted more than 100 drought-tolerant, mostly California native plants on the site and have kept the garden weeded, watered, and tidy as it has matured. You can find a list of California native plant species that SLRC has introduced to this public space here.