Greenfields is a school and community garden project. Come and get involved. You can find us at YO31 8LA. It's not just gardening!
In 2011 it started to turn into an orchard, and a nature-friendly fruit & veg space. Regular sessions on alternate Sat and Sundays throughout summer, as well as some evenings, plus many other events.Read more >
Clifton Parish Church
The Clifton Edible Garden is at YO30 6BH (in front of Clifton Parish Church at the corner of Clifton Green). It can be reached from the centre of York by cycling straight out the A19 or getting the Rawcliffe Bar Park & Ride (No 2), getting off at Clifton Green (opposite the Old Grey Mare).Read more >
Holgate Community Garden
Community edible garden started in March 2014 on Council-owned land.
There are more than 20 households in the neighbourhood actively involved in the project. Volunteering occurs on an ad hoc basis and with occasional organised volunteer parties.Read more >
Lidgett Grove Community Garden
Lidgett Grove community gardens have a number of raised beds in front of the Lidgett Grove Methodist Church on Wheatlands Road.
Find us at 60 Wheatlands Grove, York YO26 5NH
We are looking for more people to help grow cook and eat. Everyone welcome to come and help out!Read more >
The Red Tower Project is one of the newest editions to the Edible gardens in York. Started in March 2015 with a planting session with seeds, peas and tomatoes & where people took a pot home. This was all part of the push by 'TIM in York' to bring the Red Tower back into public use. The volunteers constructed the raised bed here in April 2015, and spent a few weeks collecting soil and compost before planting out the seedlings in early May. It is amazing how fast the plants grow it this time of year!Read more >
Route 66 Community Garden
The Route 66 Community Garden grows fruit trees & fruit bushes for all passersby to enjoy, and has a wildflower area to encourage diverse wildlife. The garden is easy to reach on the Sustrans Route 66 Cycle Path, between Haxby and Huntingdon Road.Read more >
Planet South Bank worked with St Clements Church and with Edible York to transform land at the church on Scarcroft RoadRead more >
*Not currently active* - After 5 years of community growing Brailsford Community Garden finished in October 2016. To celebrate its achievements local residents and Edible York had a small gathering to mark this event. Over the five years Brailford has had good crops of vegetables and local children have enjoyed planting. Several fruit bushes and a herb spiral bed have been very abundant over the years, these plants will continue to grow at Brailsford Crescent and leave edible plants there for the community to enjoy.Read more >