lettuce

Tomatoes love basil

About me

I've been gardening on and off since I was a kid, so I've got years of amateur experience. I try to live as organically as possible, and have a strong belief in preserving heirloom varieties, growing open-pollinated seeds, and utilizing companion gardening techniques, meaning better variety and security for our food system.

I have my own vehicle, and am willing to travel a short distance (Sorry, Shoreline and Kent.)

Preferred work hours: 
Daylight hours
Split: 
70% to Planter

Location

26th & Holden
Seattle, WA, 98106
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Looking for veggie patch in greenlake/wallingford

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About me

I've been growing veggies since the 1960s. My backyard near Greenlake doesn't get enough sun for a good garden; I'd like to find a patch or two or three to grow squash, leafy things (lettuce, spinach, kale, collards, etc.) and whatever the owner likes to eat. All organic.

Preferred work hours: 
weekdays
Split: 
70% to Planter

Student who likes to garden

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About me

I'm a student at Shoreline CC and would like to save some green by growing my own greens.
I use to have a garden over 4 years ago when I lived in Renton. I like to plant veggies and herbs. The lack of sunlight on my patio has caused me to seek gardening space. I'm currently involved with the construction of the Bitter Lake P-Patch.

Preferred work hours: 
After 5:30 pm to 8pm
Split: 
50% to Planter

Lifelong gardener + scrappy wife + organic space=wholesome produce to share

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About me

Our family of two loves to gorge on fresh, organic produce--make it local and we're in heaven! We have a love for growing, a modest amount of time each week, and lots of energy. Alas, we live in a tiny apartment with no green space. We are looking for a local person/family with nice garden space to share and a laid-back attitude. We have no problem building some beds, prepping, and cleaning up when the season is over. We're just eager to supply some of our own food and get our hands dirty!

Preferred work hours: 
Daytime/weekends
Split: 
60% to Planter

Location

Queen Anne
Seattle, WA, 98109
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Looking for some dirt to play in

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Looking to grow…

Tools I can bring

About me

I started very young as a weed puller and have had a garden almost everywhere I've lived since then. I live in a row home and have containers full of herbs and flowers but am looking for a little more space (and sun!) where I can plant some veggies. I've planted the usual suspects in the past - different varieties of lettuce, tomatoes & peppers - but I'd like to try my hand at some new crops!

Preferred work hours: 
weekday evenings (after 6) and early morning on weekends (8-9 AM)
Split: 
70% to Planter

Location

2924 W. Flora St
Philadelphia, PA, 19121
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Wine and veggie lover

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About me

I am a student studying Food Science with an emphasis in Enology(wine!) at University of Missouri(Mizzou). When I lived with my parents in St Louis I had a vegetable and herb garden but now that I live in an apartment in Columbia I have nowhere to plant one! I would really love to connect with someone to make a community garden(and maybe a compost as well) in Columbia!

Preferred work hours: 
early morning
Split: 
70% to Planter

Location

Old Hwy 63
Columbia, MO, 65201
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Mollie Guillemette

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About me

I am a mama, a wife, and I am the editor for one-change.com . I care about the environment, our impact on it, and life sustainability. I have never had a garden, but have longed to have one my whole life. Gardening and growing vegetables has been a learn as I go experience with help from books, online, friends, and the Seattle Tilth Garden Hotline.

Split: 
70% to Planter

Location

1058 E Thomas St
Seattle, WA, 98102
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