Esquimalt Community Garden is Growing

January 14, 2019

Garden Plots available for Esquimalt Residents at Esquimalt’s Community Garden in Anderson Park.

If you are interested in growing organic, pesticide-free food for your family and being a part of a community gardening experience, you’re invited to join the Esquimalt Community Garden Society!

Twelve new raised beds will be added for 2019 and the Society is looking for Esquimalt residents who do not have space for a garden at home.  If you would enjoy joining like-minded neighbours to garden organically in a community environment, please contact the Esquimalt Community Garden Society to express interest and learn more.   

To get you started, we’ve compiled a small list of frequency asked questions – please contact the Esquimalt Community Garden directly by email for more information. 

Is there a fee for a garden plot?
The annual membership fee is $50/plot.

What is the membership year for me to use the plot?
The membership year runs January 1 to December 31. Please note membership fees are not pro-rated.

If all plots are full, can I add my name to a waitlist?
Certainly! Please email the Esquimalt Community Garden Society to learn more. 

Learn More

Email:  Esquimalt Community Garden Society  
Community Garden Web Page: esquimalt.ca/communitygarden

The community garden is located in Anderson Park at 835 Colville Road (Colville Rd. at Carrie Street), across from Esquimalt High School.