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Rotary Community Garden

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The Rotary Clubs of Cape Coral completed the Rotary Community Garden in September of 2018 and dedicated the garden to the citizens of Cape Coral to be managed by the City of Cape Coral through Rotary Park. 

The garden features 52 individual garden beds that are 10'x4' in size, including 5 handicap-accessible beds. All of the plots are equipped with drip irrigation, if renters wish to hand water, there are hoses located through the garden. Gardeners can enjoy the shade under the Seminole chickee hut, also home to free gardening programs and gardener meetings. Mulch and compost are provided in bins, along with a three-system composting section to dispose of weeds and unwanted organic material. A secured shed has wheel barrows and some tools for gardeners to use. Gardeners can also feel free to nibble on the tasty fruits and edible trees planted around the garden fence.  

The garden beds rent annually from October 1- September 30 on a first-come, first-serve basis at a cost of $100 per year. Garden renters will get an electronic key card to access the property during daylight hours. 

New to gardening or don't have a lot of time? Try sharing a garden plot with a friend!  For more information and to reserve your garden bed, stop by Rotary Park or call (239) 549-4606. 

DSC07696GARDENING RESOURCES

* Cape Coral Garden Club - www.gardenclubofcapecoral.com
* Native Plant Society - www.fnpscoccoloba.org
* Deep South Nurseries - www.deepsouthnurseries.com
* ECHO - www.echonet.org
* Florida Friendly Landscaping - ffl.ifas.ufl.edu
* Go Mulch - www.gomulch.com
* UF/IFAS Extension Office sfyl.ifas.ufl.edu/lee/

The garden beds rent annually from October 1- September 30 on a first-come, first-serve basis at a cost of $100 per year. Garden renters will get an electronic key card to access the property during daylight hours.

New to gardening or don't have a lot of time? Try sharing a garden plot with a friend!  For more information and to reserve your garden bed, stop by Rotary Park or call (239) 549-4606.