Hope Garden

Our Services

Education

A big part of Hope Garden's mission is to educate the public on sustainable gardening and to inspire everyone to have a garden. We want to share the wisdom of how food is grown with both adults and children. If you would like our help instructing your family, school, group or community give us a call or shoot us a text at 323-605-5106.

A New Dream

This is my new dream! Los Angeles Garden Commons - a learning and growing center with educational and therapeutic garden beds, organic seedling nursery and community center. A garden for EVERYONE. Please take a look at this short video. garden commons LA broadband Save

What We Do

Hope Gardens consults on, designs and installs beautiful drought-tolerant landscapes and organic vegetable gardens. Erin also maintains vegetable gardens for select clients.  She is licensed by the state as a landscaping contractor CA-27 #1031768. Please give us a call or shoot us a text at 323-605-5106 or email yourhopegarden@earthlink.net. Please scroll down to get access to our blog and there is a search bar on your left which you may find helpful. Happy Gardening! Save Save

Connect

Please visit our online gallery on Houzz, and chat with us and see our latest endeavors on Facebook and Instagram. Share your thoughts, fears and triumphs!
The Dirty Truth Blog

Pumpkin Vines in Stock

All your instructions for growing pumpkins can be found here. Following is a list of what we having growing this year. Please let us know if we can help you with your homegrown pumpkin patch.  323-605-5106 or email yourhopegarden@earthlink.net. THE PUMPKINS  Musquee De Provence These gorgeous, big flat pumpkins are shaped like a big wheel […]

Spring In!

Here is Hope Gardens Spring/Summer Organic Vegetable Planting Guide. All the how-to’s and how-not-to’s. Sorry for the broken hyperlinks. This document has aged out and can’t be revised. Some day I will wash the dirt off my hands and create a new document. Until then… 🙂 Gardens are not made by singing ‘Oh, how beautiful,’ […]

Drought-Tolerant Landscaping

Hope Gardens promotes a more environmentally-conscious approach to landscaping. Fortunately, this can still mean a colorful garden, full of contrast and wonder. Adding paths and patios of DG and gravel as well as dry riverbeds and artificial grass elevate the design and usability of your landscape. Here’s some photos taken from our drought-tolerant yards both […]