New Gardener Orientation // Saturday, April 13 // 11am

New(ish) to the garden? Have questions about planting? Or simply want to learn more about the community garden?

Attend the New Gardener Orientation on April 13 at 11am. Our Co-Chair Nate will walk you through the ins-and-outs of the community garden including plot maintenance, best practices for planting, and all of the tools made available for your use.

Date: Saturday, April 13
Time: 11am-12pm
Location: Conshohocken Community Garden
Rain Date: Sunday, April 14 @ 3pm

This is an excellent opportunity to get garden education and start working on your own plot!

First Spring Clean Up Day is a Success

We had our first Community Work Day of 2019 and it was a tremendous success. Look below at all of the amazing projects that garden members finished as part of our Spring Clean Up. (We forgot to take “before” photos. 🤦‍♂️)

Thank you to everyone who came! We had one of our largest turnouts for a work day including former members and entire families. Conshohocken Brewing Co donated 2 cases of beer, and we all enjoyed a slice of tomato pie.

We have more Spring Clean Up ahead, so there are more opportunities for you to leave your mark on the garden. Follow us on Facebook for news on all of our garden events.

April Garden Meeting

Our April Garden Meeting will be on the Tuesday the 9th at 7pm. We’ll give project updates, discuss Spring planting, and tell you more about upcoming events.

Date: Tuesday, April 9, 2019
Time: 7pm
Location: TBD

The meeting location is TBD. We hope to have this meeting at the garden, but we are waiting to see if the weather and sunset will cooperate.

February Happy Hour & March Meeting

We’re gearing up for the 2019 season with a February Happy Hour and our first meeting in March.

Come mingle with current and future gardeners. New gardeners, learn tips for growing in PA. Experienced gardeners, share tales of past harvests. Or don’t talk about flora at all and just get to know your fellow gardeners.

Happy Hour

Our first meeting of 2019 will follow in March. We’ll discuss Winter happenings, preparing for Spring, and upcoming events, so mark your calendars.

First Garden Meeting

The meeting will be held in the Fellowship House’s “meeting room” at the back right behind the fitness center. If we have a large turnout, we will move to the multipurpose room in the front. We hope to see you there!

Conshohocken Community Garden Guidelines and Rules


  • Support building a community of gardeners in Conshohocken Community Garden.
  • Practice to best of my ability sustainable and organic gardening practices.
  • Conserve water at all times. No more than 15 minutes of watering at a time.
  • Turn off the water completely when finished.
  • Keep my garden plot at least 75% planted between Memorial Day and Labor Day.
  • Keep my plot free of weeds and dead plants when lying fallow.
  • Keep my plot free of Bermuda grass, morning glory and all other weeds.
  • Plant all plants in the ground, in raised beds, or in an appropriate manner for the plot (such as pots for flowers and bag planting for potatoes). Plant crops that grow over four feet in height in the center of my plot.
  • Keep my garden plot free of overripe, rotting and spoiled fruit and vegetables.
  • Refrain from token plantings or planting a cover crop, unless specifically approved by the Board of Directors.
  • Put trash in the appropriate container. Coil the hose on the storage rack in a neat manner when not in use. Take care to straighten all kinks while coiling the hose.
  • Report problems with hoses or other equipment promptly to any Board Director.
  • Allow a right of way through aisles for others to run a hose to water their garden.
  • Compost appropriately.
  • Participate in developing and maintaining common areas.
  • Leave the common area in good condition after any social event

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