∞ How To Make a 800 Square-feet Sidewalk Garden in San Francisco's Mission District

β€£ Published on Aug 20, 2023

Zach Klein wrote a great article on how they made a 800 square feet garden in San Francisco's Mission District:

This garden was conceived to help expand San Francisco's urban forest and it was designed to be an example of xeriscaping. It is drought-tolerant and requires no additional water other than seasonal rain. It is also a permeable landscape that improves the city's sewage treatment capacity by reducing storm water runoff through absorption.

Look at how beautiful it is:

A Sidewalk Garden in San Francisco's Mission District

I would have never guessed it's in the SF Mission district:

A Sidewalk Garden in San Francisco's Mission District