There’s still time to get involved in Gardens of Gratitude. This weekend there will be free seedlings available at Los Angeles City Hall. Say you are picking up for Gardens of Gratitude, and receive free organic seedlings and compost. Don’t miss this great giveaway at 10 a.m. this Saturday April 10 on L.A. City Hall’s South Lawn. There will be 100,000 eggplant, tomatoes, chiles, peppers and herbs available to plant from Organiks & Compost by Malibu Compost Company, courtesy of the Mud Baron, the LAUSD and LA City Council Member Jan Perry. For more info: Ask Mud at [email protected] Bring containers, markers, trays, tape. Free parking at City Hall Garage East. For more info or to sign on for Gardens of Gratitude on April 24 and 25, go to gardensofgratitude.com. Dig it!
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