Guests walk through the Rain Garden during the Fourth Annual Green Gardens Tour held on Saturday, April 26. This year’s theme was “Gardening with Intent: Water Management.” The rain water garden, which award-winning garden designer Mayita Dinos has been working on for the past six years, is drought-tolerant and will save 80,000 gallons of water per year. The Green Gardens Tour is a celebration of what is beautiful and possible, and together with the Virginia Avenue Project helps to sustain the planet one kid and one garden at a time. Proceeds from the tour benefit the Virginia Avenue Project, a not-for-profit arts organization that uses the arts to help kids discover their full potential. photo by FabianLewkowicz.com
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