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HAYWOOD STREET GARDENS

 

The Haywood Street Gardens are a true representation of abundance.
Whether it’s flowers, fruits, vegetables, or friendships–this is the place where they will grow.
Through the efforts of renowned horticulturist, Steve Frowine, The Haywood Street Gardens are now in partnership with Bounty & Soul, Gardens That Give, and Isaac Dickson Elementary School. All are welcome in this space.

 


Join us in the garden every Wednesday from 10:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m.


 

Guiding Values for the Garden Ministry

  • The Garden will be a welcoming entry point for individuals and groups wishing to get involved at Haywood St.
  • Relationships matter more than efficiency or production.
  • The gifts, knowledge and experience that each person brings to their work in the garden will be valued.
  • We will prioritize using organic and sustainable methods that honor the land, the dirt and the harvest as good gifts from God to be loved and cared for — but not at the expense of any of the above named values.

 

Behind the brightly painted wall at the far end of the Love & Fishes Bountiful Garden, you will find the Haywood Street hives and their many busy bees. Being able to contribute to Asheville’s status as a Bee City USA city has been the result of a wonderful collaboration with L.O.T.U.S. Urban Farm & Garden Supply.

To get involved with the Haywood Street Gardens, the first step is to attend a new companion orientation.

Learn more about getting involved

From the Garden
  By: Steve Frowine Powdery Mildew on Cucumbers and Squash This hot humid weather makes heat loving veggies like cucumbers and squash grow like crazy, but unfortunately it is also a time when a disease called powdery mildew shows up in full force. The name of the disease spells out it symptoms. The leaves look...
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