With plenty of help from volunteers and generous donations of plants from Steps supporters—including Regis Moine and Peter Cavanna, who participated in the June 2014 clean-up during an extended visit to San Francisco (from Paris)—the gardens surrounding the Hidden Garden Steps mosaic are continuing to grow even in our driest months. California poppies, monkey flowers, yarrow, and other plants are in full bloom, and we’re continuing to expand the breadth and scope of those gardens that are becoming an increasingly attractive habitat to birds, butterflies, and bees.
Please join us—and bring any succulents that we can place in the garden as we continue working through the dry summer months:
- Location: Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton, Inner Sunset District, San Francisco)
- No reservations required
- Gloves/tools provided
For more information about the Hidden Garden Steps, please visit our website (http://hiddengardensteps.org) and blog or contact site stewards Licia Wells and Paul Signorelli at firstname.lastname@example.org.