What is a Victory Garden? During World War I and World War II, the United States government asked its citizens to plant gardens in order to support the war effort. Millions of people planted gardens. Emphasis was placed on making gardening a family or community effort - not a drudgery, but a pastime and a national duty.
Plots are approximately 23x48 and cost $25 for the season. Each plot has access to water, hoses on site and a few plots will be equipped with bins for storing gardening tools. There is a total of 40 plots.