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Winterville Community Garden

Winterville is proud to host its very own city-sponsored community garden near Pittard Park – 2022 is our ninth year and we hope you will come going in for the fun!

Winterville Community Garden vision:

The Winterville Community Garden is a place for sharing gardening knowledge in a collaborative environment; promoting self-sufficiency; providing healthy and productive activities for members of our community; promoting a chemical-free and sustainable source of food and beauty; and fostering a sense of community in Winterville. 

What is a community garden?

A community garden is a piece of land gardened by a group of people for the production of fruits, vegetables, herbs, and flowers.

Why join a community garden?

  • Space to grow food
  • Experience the fresh air
  • Get some exercise
  • An opportunity to connect with your neighbors
  • Time with nature
  • Peace & relaxation
  • Share and improve your gardening skills
  • Save money by growing your own food
  • Enjoy pesticide-free food

How do I join the Winterville Community Garden?

For a modest fee, you can own a raised garden bed measuring 8 x 4 feet, shade-free, and a foot deep in fertile compost and soil mix. Each bed is ready to plant, comes with its own drip irrigation system, and is watered on an automatic timer. All you need to do is choose your favorite seeds, do the tending, and enjoy your harvest.

Please print the Community Garden Registration Form 2022-2023 (.pdf) or pick up a copy at City Hall and return the form with your payment. Please read the Community Garden Rules & Guidelines (.pdf) as well.

How much does it cost to join?

2021 Rentals: Payment for your plot is due by March 1st, and this will cover one whole year until the end of February 2020.  The rental fee is $40 for one year.

Please fill out the form and take it, together with your payment, to City Hall.  There will also be forms available at City Hall.  There are a few boxes vacant at the moment, and after March 1st, those, and any that have not been rented will be available to new gardeners.  So encourage your friends and neighbors to join us!

The “Rules and Regulations” is a separate document for you to keep for reference.

For more information:


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Suggestions for Saturday Potluck

Because we’ll be at the garden, it might be a good idea to bring a chair to sit in.  You might want to bring a bottle of water.  I’m bringing both hot and cold coffee, but if you want something else, you could bring that.  We’ll provide napkins, paper plates, and utensils.

Again, the sign up link is Bill’s Birthday Breakfast Potluck Sign Up – Google Docs

And on a totally different note–there is a roll of duct tape in the tool shed (thanks, Craig and Laura!) to use on those clumps of squash bug eggs.  Remember you need to check every leaf!  The tape makes getting them off easy-peasy!



Squash Bug Alert

Hi gardeners, The squash bugs are out and laying eggs. If you've planted cucurbits (squash, cucumbers, melons), please...

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