We invite you to make the most of this unique space by treating it like your own backyard and filling your plots with delicious food and beautiful flowers. We hope you discover that rare magic of living in a big city and growing your own vegetables, but most of all, we want this project to be a source of relaxation and fun!
How to join - Garden Signup:
Since this is a new garden, we will be allocating the garden beds to community members on a first-come, first-serve basis. To sign up, head over to
and submit the online form. Once we receive your submission, we will follow up with more information about the 2018/2019 growing season, including details about our garden rules, garden schedule, and annual garden fee.
Please note, once this garden reaches capacity with new signups, we will close the New Signup Form and start a wait-list.
Any questions? Email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
1) Who can join the garden? Anyone! We aim to create an accessible, welcoming space for all community members to participate.
2) What does it mean to 'join' the Cambie & 59th Temporary Community Garden? Each new gardener can sign up to use 1 to 3 garden beds to grow food and flowers. Each bed is 4' x 3.3', offering 13 sq. ft of growing space/bed. The cost of using each garden bed is $15/year/bed. This includes: access to great soil in a raised bed, water access (garden hoses) and monthly emails and updates. Please let us know if the annual Garden Fees are restrictive; we aim to create an accessible growing space for all community members.
3) How long will the garden last? In short: one growing season at a time. We take each year growing season by growing season, and we'll be sure to let any gardeners know about future plans for the property beyond Fall of 2019.
The Cambie & 59th Temporary Community Garden is a temporary growing space in the Oakridge neighbourhood of Vancouver, BC, Canada. The garden is located at the corner of Cambie St. & 59th Ave West. This temporary growing space was assembled in September 2018 and has 100 community garden beds, in addition to seating, garden art and a community noticeboard! This allotment garden is for community members to grow food and flowers.