For ten years, City Blossoms has been dedicated to transformation. It collaborates with community organizations, neighborhood groups, and schools to take unused or underused land and create urban gardens where children and youth use their creativity, intellect, and energy in new ways. Offering free and affordable in-school, after-school, and summer programming at 13 sites for children (toddlers to teens) who would otherwise have no access to green spaces, the focus is healthy living skills, artistic expression, environmental stewardship, and community development. Dozens of neighborhood organizations, thousands of volunteers, and over 45 schools have joined the greening effort, fostering healthy communities by developing creative, kid-driven green spaces and innovative resources. A new 32-recipe bilingual cookbook will encourage additional school and community leaders to incorporate gardens and healthy eating in unused spaces. Green thumb or not, you can help them grow.