Seminole Heights Community Gardens


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Help us Celebrate our Birthday!

Earth DayJoin us on Earth Day, April 22nd, as we host our open house and birthday celebration. If you haven’t been by lately, come take a tour before the garden goes (mostly) dormant for the summer. We’ll be open starting at 10am and will give out little seedlings as long as they last. It’s our birthday gift to you, our community.

We hope to see you then!


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Painting in the Garden with Lib!

Sunday, January 31st, 2:00pm – 5:00 pm

Our very own artistic Lib is bringing back her awesome painting parties. We especially love children at these events because their art brings such an awesome dynamic to our garden. Just be sure to bring a smock or dress them in clothes that can be painted. Bring snack to share, painting clothes, brush and paint if you wish (we will have brushes and paints to share too).

Adult painters welcomed to be examples for kids. We can paint stones, bricks, buckets or anything at all, but the palms are fun to make garden spirits.

We need palm frond heels (the naked ones pictured below). If you have them, please drop them off at the garden by January 30th.

Free but donations happily accepted. Everyone welcome!
 


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Community Garden Day!

Saturday, September 19th

We invite you to our community garden to join us in celebration of this vibrant green space in our neighborhood. Community Garden Day recognizes the contributions of community gardeners to the health, vitality and livability of their communities, and also serves as an opportunity to spread awareness about the Multiple Benefits of Community Gardens to the public.

 


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All Hands on Deck!

March 14th at 8:30 amMarch 15th 1:00 pm

With only 1 week left until our garden open house, we need all the help we can get to make our garden even more inviting.Please join us this weekend to help us prepare for our big day by:

  • Turn Compost
  • Finish raking weeds out of newly tilled wildflower bed (near Highland)
  • Plant wildflowers
  • Dig furrows and add soil to create new beds for seedlings
  • Plant seedlings (we need to get these lil ones in the ground!)
  • Tidy up our meeting space

If you do not know where our garden is located and would like to join us. Click here to see a map and get directions.

Please don’t forget to bring your own water to stay hydrated.