A minimum commitment of around four hours per week is necessary to maintain a productive and attractive garden plot
Weeds spread weed seeds! Use mulch to control weed growth whenever possible
Use plastic bags to carry away any bug infested vegetation in order to prevent spread of the insects
Keep your plot neat and avoid unsightly structures
If you are away from home during the growing season, make arrangements for your plot to be tended by a friend or fellow gardener. Please provide this person with a note indication your permission to do so.
Harvest your crops when they mature. If you can not use all of the food, there are many needy people who can. Check the bulletin board for contacts.
Radio and music playing are not a part of the serenity of gardening. Please limit such entertainment to personal devices.
The path adjacent to each plot is to be kept mowed and the weed growth between the plots controlled. Do a good deed and cut the weeds even if they are your neighbor’s.
Bringing domestic animals (dogs, etc.) to the garden area is discouraged. If they must be brought, they must be leash controlled as stipulated by town ordinance.
Old rugs, mats, plastic and the like may not be used outside of your plot. If used inside your area, they must be removed at the end of the season.
Please respect the rights of other gardeners and instruct your children to respect the plots and walkways
We appreciate the fact that this land has been made available for our use