Welcome to Community Gardens DFW

 

Community Gardens are so much more than just fruits and vegetables. They are about nourishing community and building food security.

 

All food growers--individual, school, and community gardeners--in the greater DFW area
are welcome to be part of the growing network contributing to this website.

 

Just as a freshly planted seedling matures into a source of nutrition and beauty, residents who help maintain their local garden not only cultivate sustenance for life, but also for the community. Community gardens offer residents a way to establish personal roots and grow relationships through sweat equity and shared responsibility. Read more...Learn 

 

On the Blog

  • National Garden Month

    April is National Garden Month  and the perfect time to get outside and enjoy the beautiful spring weather!  Join the celebration with some of these gardening activities:       · Construct a vertical garden. Check out these ideas for growing in small spaces.     · Visit your local farmers market.

  • Adventures in Vermicompost

    Worm castings are a rich, organic compost made from the digestive waste (AKA poop) of worms. Worms love to spend all day/every day feasting on decaying organic matter and pooping out what any gardener will tell you is the best organic fertilizer for nurturing gardens. It’s so great that it is often referred to as “black gold” and typically sells for around $5 a pound.

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Local Garden Listing

Check out our DFW area map under Local Gardens to find a garden near you


Or, Search by county:

Dallas County

Denton County

Tarrant County

Collin County


Have a garden in your community? Tell us about it so we can add it to our map!

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Upcoming Events

Have an event?

Tell us about your upcoming workshops, work days, or other gardening events HERE!