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Neighborhood & Public Gardens

Beloved Community Center
417 Arlington Street, Greensboro, NC  27406                                                       http://www.belovedcommunitycenter.org 

At Beloved Community Center, volunteers grow produce for the Center’s Hospitality Home kitchen and for donations to needy families.

Brandywine Community Garden
Collwood Court, Greensboro, 27409

Caldcleugh Community Garden
1700 Orchard Street, Greensboro, NC
Kerri Mubaarak: kerri.mubaarak@greensboro-nc.gov

Caldcleugh Community Garden was made possible through Guilford Native American Association. The purpose of the garden is educate people in the community about viable nutrition sources from a variety of cultures.

Cardinal Manor Community Garden 
opposite 3705 Sawgrass Road, Greensboro, NC 27410

Cardinal Manor is a diverse community of townhomes and patio homes surrounded by the Cardinal Golf Course. They grow organic vegetables, herbs, and flowers and donate 10% of produce.

Eastside Community Garden
209 Gillespie Street, Greensboro, NC 27401

Gibsonville Community Garden 
614 Dick Street, Gibsonville, NC 27249
Christine Stewart

Gibsonville Community Garden, purposely designed as a labyrinth, was established in 2009 as a chemical free, low maintenance and sustainable garden for novice and experienced gardeners and their children.

Guilford County Health Department Centennial Garden 
1203 Maple Street, Greensboro, NC 27405

Volunteers from the health department work in the garden by cultivating, planting, and weeding it.

Jamestown Friends Community Garden
509 Guilford Road, Jamestown, NC 27282

The garden was started in 2010 and it is sponsored by Jamestown Friends Meeting.

Keely Park Community Garden
4100 Keely Road, Greensboro, NC 27301
Brooks Mullane:brooks.mullane@greensboro-nc.gov
336-373‐5868

Keely Park Community Garden gives residents a place to enjoy the pleasures of growing produce for themselves and sharing with others. Plots are available and cost $25 each

Maywood Community Garden 
Maywood Street, Greensboro, NC 27403
Heather Sparks: heather.sparks@greensboro-nc.gov

Mixed Greens Community Garden 
3309 Burlington Road, Greensboro, NC 27405
Karen Neill: karen_neill@ncsu.edu
336-641-2400

Built in 2002 and administered by the Extension Master Gardener volunteers, this is the oldest and largest community garden in Guilford County.

North Yanceyville Community Garden
3910 Yanceyville Street, Greensboro, NC 27405

The North Yanceyville Community Garden is located across from the Craft Recreation Center on the property of the Episcopal Church of the Holy Spirit.

Pennybyrn Community Garden
109 Penny Road, High Point, NC 27260
(336) 886‐2444

Pennybyrn is a private senior “independent living” residential community and all of the gardeners are residents.

Southside Community Garden
508 Vail Avenue, High Point, NC 27260

Southside consists of 20 raised beds that are leased by Southside Neighborhood Association members and a few community members from surrounding neighborhoods, many of whom are new to gardening.

Steelman Park Community Garden
970 Gregory Street, Greensboro, NC 27403
Heather Sparks: heather.sparks@greensboro-nc.gov

The Steelman Park Community Garden was constructed in March of 2007 and has 20 raised beds gardened by neighborhood residents.

Stoney Hill Circle Community Garden
805 Stoney Hill Circle, Greensboro NC 27406

Tinece Holman: volunteersinc@gmail.com
https://www.facebook.com/StoneyHillGarden 

The Village Greens at Brandt Village
2399 Brandt Village, Greensboro, NC 27455

This community garden offers 20 raised beds for residents of the townhouse community to use.

Thomas Built Bus Urban Orchard
1601 Potts Avenue
High Point, NC 27260

County-owned property that is home to 250 fruit and nut trees and shrubs that provide produce for the community.

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