Gtown Community Gardens ect.

Nicole Juday, one of our Germantown horticultural experts (particularly on roses) has lovely blog.

Awbury Arboretum 

BlueBell Hill Circle                                          (contact person?)

Cemetary on Germantown and Logan
(?)          (contact person?)

Cloverly Park              


Church St. Community Garden                        (contact person?)

Corner of Church and Belfield

Ebenezer Maxwell Mansion, 215.438.1861 Diane Richardson
The gardens at the Mansion were created to represent two time periods during the Victorian era. The northwest triangle of the garden was based on the philosophy and designs of Andrew Jackson Downing’s book The Theory and Practice of Landscape Gardening, 1841. Frank Scott’s book Art of Beautifying Suburban Grounds, 1870, was the inspiration for the southeast portion of the garden. Nationally renowned landscape architect Reed Engle designed the Mansion gardens using precepts from these books.

Equal Dollars Community Currency Food Market  Their urban farm isn't actually in Gtown but their office almost  is.

Friends of Fernhill Park

Germantown Kitchen Garden  215 East Penn St.   Small CSA and farmstand


Germantown Tree-tenders   Aine Doley

Hansberry GardenC and Nature Center

Henry Got Crops  Not technically in Gtown, but the closest CSA besides the Gtown Kitchen Garden.

Johnson House

Kelley School Landscaping Comm.  (contact through Hansberry Garden)

Mastery Picket Community Garden  contact:  meredithwar [at]

Old Tennis Court Farm Community Gardens  Spaces available as of 5/9/13  Contact or the Meeting Office at 215-951-2235.  

Penn Street Garden 
last space recently filled;  contact:  AJSK26 [at]

Pulaski-Zeralda Community Garden            (contact person?)

Rittenhouse corner of Wissahickon            (contact person?)

Rockland Street Gardens

Shariff and Sheila (plantings on Harvey and Wissahickon)


Tulpohocken Garden Orchard

Vernon Park

Weaver's Way Market Gardens (at Awbury) 

Wyck Historic House, Garden, and Farm
Elizabeth Belk, Horticulturalist,
Katie Brownell, Home Farm Manager,

Oldest Rose Garden in America, dating back to 1824, over 70+cultivars of historic roses. Most all commercially traded roses came from the garden on the corner of Germantown Ave. and Walnut Lane.

Gtown Gardens

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