The landscape design for a new classroom building at Dahlia Heights Elementary School involves reorganizing existing lunch, play and edible learning garden spaces into a unified whole on this very small site. Lunch shelters are enclosed with allees of evergreen Podocarpus trees, and a Native California Rain Barrel Demonstration Garden is created by directing rainwater from the roof to an above-ground storage tank. Challenges include retaining as much of the beloved Edible Garden character and content as possible, while moving its location to make way for the new building. Four fruit trees and one memorial tree are boxed and relocated to the new garden space, which has been enlarged to include a casual turf area for informal classroom instruction. Extensive asphalt play areas are improved with solar reflective coating and adjacent shade trees.