Welcome to our garden! We meet here every Tuesday at 4:30 p.m. during the growing season, as well as occasional additional days. Come and join us! Look here for opening days, garden work days and events, and closing days, and join to be contacted with garden updates and information.
Springfield Community Gardens (SCG) is on a mission to create gardens that strengthen neighborhoods where people grow healthy relationships, food, and community.
Our community garden mission is to learn from and teach each other about gardening as a community group, and be able to eat and share what we grow. Random harvesting by anyone who is not a garden volunteer is not allowed. However, anyone is welcome to come and join us on Tuesdays at 4:30, or other scheduled times as listed here to help manage the garden, and they will be able to share in the harvest. We also give to local food pantries and organizations with extra produce throughout the season when available. So come and grow with your community garden!
Meador Community Garden emphasizes organic gardening using heirloom seeds and plantings. We utilize gardening methods such as sheet mulching/composting/gardening, winterizing, raised beds, vertical, wide row, three sisters, square foot, crop rotation, and companion planting methods.
Community members and any other interested persons are always welcome to come by on Tuesdays at 4:30 p.m. to meet with us. We would love to hear your ideas, and we will share our gardening tips with you!
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PLEASE CHECK BEFORE CUTTING DOWN ANY GARDEN PLANTS!! We always welcome volunteers to meet with us at our meeting times, and garden chores can be provided on your own time if we plan ahead. Recently, someone cut down all of our 2nd year asparagus spears and fern growth. The second year of asparagus is to be harvested lightly, if at all, and the fern growth is to be left alone until the fall when it turns brown. Other plants have been pulled, also, which were to be left to grow. Please help us by letting anyone you see in the garden know that we would like them to come to our scheduled meetings to learn what needs to be pulled, and what needs to stay, so they can be involved with the planning, and not unintentionally pull out plants that should be left to grow.