Neighborhood Community Gardens
This type of garden is one of the oldest forms of community gardening in the U.S., and can mean many different things to different people. The most traditional form of the neighborhood community garden is the allotment garden, where garden plots are rented to community members on an annual basis to plant vegetables and flowers. Neighborhood community gardens vary widely in their structure, purpose and format, and some may feature gathering places for community events.
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