Planting street trees, creating a native plant demonstration garden on a covered landfill, installing a native biota mural. This mural received the First Place Community Impact Award from the California Garden Clubs Inc.

Paradise Gardeners projects highlighted at Master Gardeners meeting.

In California, Master Gardeners are volunteers trained and supervised by the University of California Cooperative Extension (UCCE). Their recent online meeting highlighted our club! Our section starts at about 16:00. Also at about minute 25:00, PG member (and our Native Garden Weed Warrior lead) Jedidiah Diche is introduced. Our little garden club is making waves in the community! Watch

We are leading a project to install a demonstration native garden, water wise plants native to San Diego County, at Paradise Hills Community Park. Work has begun, within restrictions imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Paradise Gardeners initiates ongoing tree plantings near neighborhood thoroughfares, Crape Myrtles (Lagerstroemia) along South Woodman Street, African Fern Pines (Afrocarpus) along Paradise Valley Road.
We participate in I Love A Clean San Diego annual clean-up events.
We work with San Diego Canyonlands to preserve the integrity of Paradise Canyon.
We support reforestation in Cleveland National Forest, mitigating our drought and wildfires.
We partner with Friends of Paradise Canyon to help protect community open space.
A block wall, long targeted by taggers, is now a mural celebrating our community and native biota.
Member-grown plants and crafted garden items are offered as incentives for donations to the club.
A seed exchange library is available to the community at the Skyline Hills Branch Library.
An upcycled log bench with a view, Paradise Hills Native Garden at Paradise Hills Community Park.

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