Plano Community Garden

Click to view more photos of the community garden4030-B W. Plano Parkway, Plano 75093 The Plano Community Garden is a cooperative partnership between the City of Plano's Sustainability and Environmental Education Division, Junior League of Collin County, and the Plano Community Gardeners. The garden's 50 raised beds provide over 5,000 pounds of fresh produce annually to community food pantries and present hands-on educational opportunities for local schools, children's organizations, and organic gardeners. View photos of the Plano Community Garden.


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Helpful Resources

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  1. Adopt A Plot
  2. Volunteer
  3. Photos
  4. Resources

Adopt A Plot at the Plano Community Garden

Help feed the community by adopting a plot. All produce grown in the 4-feet-by-18-feet raised beds is organic. Gardeners are welcome to keep up to 50% of their harvest; the remainder is donated to local food pantries for distribution to their clients. Harvesting and pantry delivery is weekly and follows our partner pantries' schedules. Gardeners may also deliver harvested produce at their convenience to any of the partner pantries:

Sustained Care Needed

Because Texas vegetable gardens require sustained care over 3 seasons, we encourage gardening partners. Plots need to be checked 2 to 3 times a week in the spring for watering and weeding, almost daily in the summertime. New members of the Plano Community Garden are paired with a garden mentor for the first year to assist with orientation.