Plants & Free Stuff

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You can get FREE mulch from the City of LA! There are 8 locations all over the city and most of them are open 7 days a week.
Click here for more info. (PDF)

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The Learning Garden is such a beautiful place to visit — and they have FREE mulch!

Contact David King for details (he’s great!)
310-722-3656 or Email
13000 Venice Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90066

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We are consistently researching California Natives and drought resistant plants and encourage you to do the same. A great resource for plant suggestions and learning to avoid invasive plants are:

PlantRight.org
California Invasive Plant Council
MyNativePlants.com (put in your zip code for the perfect plant match)
Theodore Payne Foundation (specific to CA)

 

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Agent Name: AGAVE
Known for producing tequila, this agent has some true cajones.

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Agent Name: KALANCHOE
Part of the cactus family, this agent can tough it out . Also referred to as Kalan-”Che”.

Kalanchoe thyrsiflora Flapjacks  Kalanchoe pumila

Agent Name: ALOE VERA
Easy to replant and good for first aid!

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Agent Name: ECHIVERIA
Such beautiful varieties and blooms.

echerveria afterglow echerveria black prince

Agent Name: HENS & CHICKS

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Agent Name: PORK & BEANS

Pork and Beans

Agent Name: SENECIO

Senecio Jolly Gray

Agent Name: JADE
We like to glean this plant all the time.  Break off a piece and stick it the ground. Voila!

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Agent Name: PLUMBAGO
Orginally from South Africa, this agent is known for it’s tenacity and ability to recover from warfare.

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Agent Name: LANTANTA
Known in South Asia for being able to ambush any terrain, this agent is sure to be a real fighter.

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Agent Name: NASTURTIUM
This agent can take whatever “nasty” you give it. It’s resistance to the MAN is impeccable.

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Agent Name: FLAX
Very important for the survival of the troops. Produces seeds for nourishment.

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