Phoenix community gardens are a great way to bring like-minded people together.
And most importantly a community garden provides urban dwellers space to grow their own food.
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How Does a Community Garden Work?
So, how does it work? A community garden is a plot of land that is either shared as a communal space or divided into individual plots for the purpose of growing and producing food.
Community gardens often have a membership or annual rental fee. Some community gardens share tools, however at some you’ll need to bring your own.
A Phoenix community garden gives you the opportunity to grow your own food if you do not have an outdoor space.
Grow your own vegetables including: tomatoes, cucumbers, squash, zucchinis, peas, carrots, and lettuce.
Phoenix Community Gardens
Maricopa County has several community gardens where you can rent a plot and create your very own urban garden.
- Tiger Mountain Foundation
- Coronado Neighborhood Community Garden
- Spaces of Opportunity Garden
- Enchanted Forest Community Garden
- Roosevelt Growhouse Community Garden
- Keep Phoenix Beautiful Garden at Pierson Street
- Cartwright Community Garden
- Grant Park Community Garden
- Dig It, Grow It, Share It
- City of Peoria Community Garden
- City of El Mirage Community Garden
- Heart For the City
- The Garden Club of Sun City
- Clark Park and Escalante Community Garden
- Friends in Gasca Gardens
- Mesa Urban Garden
- Ahwatukee Community Garden
- Scottsdale Community Garden
- Agritopia Farm
If you know of any other community gardens, please let us know and we can add it to the list. Happy Gardening!