Saturday, May 9 and Sunday, May 10, 10am to 3pm
Where: 2614 N. Kedzie, in Chicago, at the intersection of Milwaukee and Kedzie Avenues (Blue Line Logan Square stop).
What: A large selection of perennials, natives, organic vegetable seedlings, and annuals will be available. The garden is a volunteer effort built and maintained by the community. 100% of allprofits allow the Friends of the Paseo Prairie Garden, affiliated with the Logan Square Neighborhood Association, to help maintain and upgrade the prairie which is planted with Illinois native plants.
For more info please contact Laurie at 773 489-0167.
The Paseo Prairie is a volunteer community project that has grown over the years from two smallplots to 4 large beds that fill the entire quarter acre space with all Illinois native plants and shrubs. It has been built and maintained by over 500 people over the years. Volunteers have included school age children, civic and church groups, and seniors.