Replanting California local native
wildflowers at Arastradero Preserve,
Palo Alto, California.

Text and images copyright © 2012-2015,
Craig Dremann, all right reserved

The Reveg Edge, Box 361,
Redwood City, CA 94064 (650) 325-7333 - email

Blooming of the poppies movie

Google Map of location.

Palo Alto Weekly newspaper article

Donations for the Poppy Project Fund.

The Poppy Project blooming in spring with over 2,000 blooms

Arastradero wildflowers
Postcard shows what the whole hillside could eventually look like.

Craig Dremann has established the Poppy Project Fund to
replant wildflowers on the hillside of the city-owned Arastradero
Preserve, located next to the parking lot, and it is the first time
that flowers have bloomed in 150 years at that spot.

This project is 100% funded by donations by businesses, individuals
and as memorials for friends and family members. If your donation
is made as a memorial to a friend or family member, we can add their
name to this web page.

You can make a donation for flowers to be planted for your mother
for Mother's Day, and a donation for wildflowers to be planted
for your sweetheart. The planted flowers bloom for six weeks from
April to May, and last a lot longer than cut flowers from a florist.

Support the Poppy Project Fund by mailing in a check, or by
phone (650) 325-7333 using an American Express, Discover,
Mastercard or Visa credit card.

Credit Card donations can also be Faxed to (650) 325-4056

Or mail checks to:

Craig Dremann, The Poppy Project
Box 361, Redwood City, CA 94064

Phone: (650) 325-7333
FAX: (650) 325-4056.

Thanks to the LOCAL BUSINESS sponsors of the Poppy Project

--San Mateo County Credit Union, Palo Alto downtown branch.

--Konditorei Cafe in Portola Valley.

--And many thanks to the individual donors and Project patrons.

--Plus, many thanks to Hedgerow Farm and Stanford University
for the donation of the native grass straw bales for this project.


--Homer E. Dremann Jr. of Crescent City, California.
--Lee Buckner of Sacramento, California.
--Dr. G. Ledyard Stebbins of Davis, California.
--Leo Mazzarella of Oak Park, California.

Tidy Tips from April-May and butterflies love them for their nectar.

Page updated June 14, 2015