Welcome to The National Botanic Garden Foundation Suburban Community Garden Project!
The benefits of community gardens are long term and adaptable to changing circumstances. Because they restore a public realm to suburban existence, community gardens are elements for sustainable communities. Because of its social benefits, it is appropriate for us as a local farm, to have a role in the implementation of this community garden on our property for our neighbors and supporting friends.
Who Can Obtain A Garden Spot: “Friends of the farm local to us and neighboring areas are welcome to rent a spot as they are available.” Residents of South Riding, Stone Ridge, Kirkpatrick Farms, East Gate, Cedar Crest, Va Manor, Dawson, Arcola, Aldie and the other communities local to us may apply to rent a spot as they are available. The garden spots will be assigned on a first come first serve basis, beginning on the North end of the Gardens. Groups from Churches, Schools, Youth Groups, Scouts and others are encouraged to participate also. If we are within a comfortable driving distance for you, come and join today.
Benefits of Community Garden
Grow Your Healthier, Safer Vegetables & Fruits
Eat Organic & Save Money – Secured Deer Free Site – Water on Site – Compost Available
Gardening Special 2015
Try It Out – 12 x 20 Spot – $65.00 per year with a Free Subscription to Better Homes and Garden Magazine
“Please download and fill out the agreement form below to reserve your garden plot. Please send completed form to AdminAssist@Ticonderoga.com. All spots are on a first come first serve basis and will go quickly, as they have previous years. If you are interested in the additional rotto-tilling and composting services, please make note of that when you submit your agreement form. There is an additional charge of $35 for cultivating the soil to a minimum of 5 inches. If you wish to have compost added at the time of cultivating (optimal) there is charge of $25.