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The Ramos House Café has donated $500 to the city of San Juan Capistrano for the purchase of native plants in Los Rios Park.

The City Council approved the donation at their meeting on Tuesday, September 18.

The native plants will enhance the gardens and will also serve as a natural habitat for birds and insects in the area, according to a city staff report.

The Los Rios Garden Angels, an all-volunteer group that meets regularly to clean and maintain the park, will begin planting in October and until November.

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