Community Gardens

rhubarb garden
Rencontre East Rhubarb Garden. MMMcMaster, CC0, via Wikimedia Commons

A community garden is a shared piece of land in a neighbourhood where residents who live in apartments or houses without suitable yards can have a place to grow vegetables, fruits, and flowers. There is usually a modest annual fee to use the garden.

Contact your city or town hall for more information on the community garden nearest you:


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