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The Garden Guild is UT's do-it-yourself gardening group that meets periodically. Projects are discussed and prioritized at Grounds Committee meetings. Anyone is welcome to join in and learn about great gardening techniques! Notices with the location of the project are sent out on the UT listserv before each Garden Guild work day. For more information, contact Bev Crawford.

Want to see more photos of UTers and friends working on the Garden Guild projects just below? Click here.

California Street Rose Garden
California Street
Rose Garden
The Tot Lot
The Tot Lot
Near the Commons Room
Near the Commons Room
The strip between Building One and St. Joseph's
The strip between Building One and St. Joseph's
The Butterfly Garden
The Butterfly Garden


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Digging and prepping Watering
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Interested in drought-resistant planting?
Students in a Landscape Architecture class made recommendations for drought-resistant gardens for an HOA in San Lorenzro. We're in the same zone (for plants), so many of the ideas in this report could be applied at UT.

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