Come experience our gardens! Join a work day or arrange a tour of our gardens - we offer customized group tours from educational to epicurean. Our gardens also make beautiful and unique venues for special events. Contact us for details
LBO seeks your help!
Would you like to volunteer for a gratifying non-profit organization dedicated to transforming vacant city lots into organic urban gardens? We're looking for volunteers to help in the following areas:
Support LBO while shopping for natural and organic foods at Lazy Acres Market, newly opened at 2080 Bellflower Blvd. Sign up for a Community Card and every time you shop up to 4% of your purchase will be directed to the school or non-profit of your choice!
A new name is in the works for the Wild Oats Garden: When we reopened the garden in February we wanted to rename it, but decided to wait and let the gardeners themselves choose. After months of brainstorming and email voting the final selection is Zaferia Junction, after the closest stop on the Pacific Electric red car line which used to run where the garden is now. Zaferia Village once stood at the corner of Redondo Ave. and Anaheim Blvd.
The name still has to be approved by the city, but we are using it now to get into the habit.
Our Mission is Simple
We're here to provide organic gardens for the residents of our community to enjoy the pleasure of producing their own organic food.
Should you know of a vacant lot that may be transformed, or would like to be placed on our city wide waiting list for a garden plot, please contact us at: email@example.com or phone us at: 562-438-9000 and leave a message.
Help support our mission to acquire more garden spaces. Donations of all amounts are greatly appreciated.
Thank you for visiting our site and happy gardening!
Thank you to all who voted for our video entry in Deloach Vineyard's Community Garden Video Contest. LBO got the most votes, and we were one of only five organizations nationally to win a $4,000 award!
Did you miss the video? Or, maybe you just want to enjoy it again? Watch it here.
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