Lake Park Native Garden

Lake Park Native Garden

Lake Park Native Garden

First planted by the Atascadero Native Tree Association in 1992, this garden was established by members of the community. 25 years later, in 2017, a renovation project was designed and installed by Madrone in collaboration with the City of Atascadero, the Atascadero Mutual Water Company, and many other sponsors and volunteers. After some successful volunteer events, the Lake Park Native Garden now sits as an iconic display of California native plants.

 

Design and Install: Madrone Landscapes

Congregation Beth David

Congregation Beth David

Congregation Beth David

A garden where Jewish culture meets California sustainability. LEED award-winning synagogue-passive-solar, strawbale construction, progressive design, set in a garden of California Natives, forming windbreaks and the backbone of the landscape, which also include plants significant to Israeli and Jewish culture, such as Olives, Phlomis fruiticosa (Jeruselem Sage), Lauris nobilis (Sweet Bay Tree), pomagranates, etc.