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Garden Butterfly Los Angeles Times article photo
'Rewilding' the land brings back birds, bees, butterflies KCRW link to article
'Rewilding' the land brings back birds, bees, butterflies KCRW link to article
Garden Butterfly Dwell Magazine
Garden Butterfly Dwell Magazine _This Sensational Los Angeles Garden was Built for the Pollinators.
KTLA's Women's History Month Highlighting South LA's 'Garden Butterfly'
Metropolis in Metamorphosis Panel Discussion photo for the 2022 Native Plant Garden Tour

The 2022 Native Plant Garden Tour is inspired by questions: How can we rebuild unique ecologyand preserve precious natural resources in a global city? What will that transformation look like? What can we do to inspire our friends and neighbors to change their perceptions of the Southern California landscape?


Sunday I April 24, 2022


Seeding The City Nature in LA in the 21st Century

TOPIC: Rewilding the Streetscape

PRESENTERS: David Godshall (Terremoto) + Brandy Williams (Garden Butterfly)

Saturday l April 23, 2022

Helms Bakery District

Meet David Godshall, principal and co-founder of TERREMOTO, the landscape architecture office behind Platform Park in Culver City, Test Plot in Elysian Park and many other conceptually adventurous gardens. Godshall will talk about native planting and why it is essential to “rewild” the cityscape of Los Angeles. Joining him will be landscape designer and contractor Brandy Williams of Garden Butterfly. Brandy installed a sensory garden at her home, welcoming pollinators with native plants and friendly non-natives. David will bring his truck full of native and edible plants, for viewing and for purchase, and show how you can rewild your home, office or even your sidewalk!

Theodore Payne Foundation presents Poppy Hour
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