Community Garden

Located near Tuscany Elementary School, the Tuscany Community Garden is a space for residents to garden, socialize, and enjoy spending time outdoors.

Each member receives a garden plot, in which you may grow annual plants such as tomatoes, potatoes, carrots, beans, peas, squash, or flowers. Gardeners are not permitted to plant perennials or invasive plants, and the garden is chemical-free.

Each gardener is responsible for planting, weeding, watering, and harvesting his or her own plot. In addition, each gardener is asked to donate a few hours during the summer to weeding communal areas and watering trees and flower beds.

In May, everyone who has registered will receive a plot assignment. In early June, we will hold a planting day for those members who would like to meet their fellow gardeners. If you’re a first-time gardener and would like some advice about how to plant your seeds, there will be plenty of people available to help.


A single garden plot costs $35 per year and all gardeners must also be members of the Community Association


For more information visit:


Use this link to REGISTER once the system is open