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8th Annual Edible Landscaping Tour

Common Ground Garden Supply and Education Center

Saturday, July 19, 2014 from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM (PDT)

Palo Alto, CA

8th Annual Edible Landscaping Tour

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8th Annual Edible Landscaping Tour   more info Ended $35.00 $1.87
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Thank You so Much, Hope to see you very soon for all your Gardening Supplies including Open Pollinated Seeds, Organic Plant Starts, High Quality Tools, Organic Amendments and Much More!
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Tour Highlights: Water Saving Techniques, Fruit Trees, Raised Beds & Berries, Chickens & Coops, Greenhouses, Herb, Flower & Native Plantings, Composting and Lots of Vegetables!

  • Explore local organically-grown edible gardens
  • Learn about Grow Biointensive & organic gardening practices
  • Meet the creative gardeners & get great ideas
  • Bicycle Friendly

This year the Edible Landscaping Tour is featuring front yard edible gardens!  Gone are the days when vegetable gardens were considered unsightly and relegated to the back yard only. Come see the variety of these gardens which demonstrate that growing food is not just practical, but beautiful!

Proceeds benefit Common Ground, a 501c3 nonprofit project of Ecology Action.

Click Here for Tour Descriptions and to plan ahead!

www.commongroundinpaloalto.org

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Common Ground Garden Supply & Education Center
559 College Ave
Palo Alto, CA 94306

Saturday, July 19, 2014 from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM (PDT)


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Common Ground Garden Supply and Education Center

559 College Ave, Palo Alto CA 94306

Classes & events in sustainable gardening and lifestyles
Seeds and Plants - edible, medicinal, native and ornamental
Composts, Fertilizers and Mulches
Tools and Natural disease and pest control products
Books, Local Honey, Cards, and Gift items
Volunteer Opportunities and New Friends

A non-profit project of Ecology Action- Teaching people to grow food using the Grow Biointensive methods locally and internationally.

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