Community Garden Plots

Vegetables growing at Community GardenThe 2017 gardening season is almost upon us, and last year's gardeners are welcome to renew their garden plot rental until March 31, 2017. Re-registration forms have been sent by US Mail to all 2016 gardeners. Remaining plots will be available to Roseville residents on a first-come, first-served basis April 3-14. Starting April 17 any remaining plots will be available to any interested gardeners.

We hope you can join us in 2017 for this years gardening season.
  
Following the 2017 Registration Schedule below, new Registrations may be mailed, faxed, or delivered in person to Roseville Parks and Recreation at:
Roseville City Hall
2660 Civic Center Drive
Roseville, MN 55113

Guidelines for participation are on included with the new registration form, above.

2017 Registration Schedule

Through March 31, 2017


Returning Roseville Resident Gardeners: A maximum of one double plot per household is allotted and the plot, or plots, must be the same ones as last year. If you wish to change to a different plot from the one you had last year, Friday, March 31, 2017, has been set aside for returning Roseville resident gardeners seeking to change plots only. If you do not renew the rental of your last year’s plot by March 31, it will be made available to other Roseville residents as of Monday, April 3, 2017.

Monday, April 3 - Friday, April 14 


Roseville Residents: Open to Roseville residents on first come-first served basis with a maximum of one double plot per household.

Monday, April 17, 2017

 
Open to All: Any remaining garden plots will be available to all interested renters, on a first come-first served basis, with a maximum of one double plot per household.

Plot sizes and Fees:
  • Single Plot = 15’ x 20’  - $18
  • Double Plot = 15’ x 40’ -  $28

Wednesday, April 26, 2017, 6:00pm

Annual Community Gardeners Meeting at Roseville City Hall.  Please come and meet your community garden neighbors, share gardening ideas and receive information about upcoming MN Green seed and plant distributions.  There will also be information on safe use of pesticides in gardens.

The Oasis Park Community Gardens will continue to be participating in the Minnesota Green Program.  Minnesota Green is a 25-year old program, administered by the Minnesota State Horticultural Society, that distributes plants and seed material that has been donated by various nurseries and garden centers, free to community garden spaces throughout the Twin Cities.

Tom McKusick, a Horticultural Society staff member, who also has a plot at Oasis Garden, has offered to include Oasis in the 2017 MN Green program, and to continue to coordinate the distribution of donated plants to any gardeners who are interested.  Please remember that the donated seeds and plants are for use in the community garden, and not to be taken home, or given away to friends, or family members.

Please consider giving us your email address this year and go “GREEN.”  Email saves paper and postage and enables us to get pertinent information to you much more quickly!

If you have any suggestions, questions or concerns, now or throughout the year, please feel free to call us at (651) 792-7006.