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Community Garden PlotSince 1977, San José has provided an avenue for residents to cultivate their own vegetables, fruits, herbs and flowers, amidst an urban city environment. The Community Garden Program provides a means for gardeners to learn different growing methods from one another, while cultivating friendships, as well as produce.  Over 900 gardeners cultivate nearly 35 acres of community gardens in the “Valley of Heart’s Delight”. Click on the garden plot below for more information. .

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Garden Name Garden Location Acres District
Alviso (temp. closed) Tony P. Santos and Wilson Way 0.50 4
Berryessa Cape Colony and Commodore Drive 2.00 4
Bestor S. 6th Street and Bestor Street 0.10 3
Calabazas Blaney Avenue and Danridge Drive 0.30 1
Cornucopia S. King Road and Story Road 1.00 5
Coyote Creek Tully Road and Galveston Avenue 1.00 7
Discovery Branham Lane E. and Discovery Avenue 0.50 2
El Jardin S. King Road and Story Road 2.50 5
Green Thumb Rhoda Drive and Roewill Drive 1.30 1
Guadalupe Walnut Street and Asbury Street 1.50 3
Hamline Hamline Street and Sherwood Avenue 0.80 3
Jesse Frey W. Alma Avenue and Belmont Way 0.50 6
La Colina Allegan Circle near Lean Avenue 2.00 2
Laguna Seca Manresa Court and Bayliss Drive 0.75 2
Latimer Latimer Avenue and Duvall Drive 0.50 1
Mayfair Kammerer Avenue and Sunset Avenue 2.75 5
Nuestra Tierra Tully Road and La Ragione Avenue 3.00 7
Rainbow Johnson Avenue and Rainbow Drive 0.10 1
Wallenberg Curtner Avenue and Cottle Avenue 1.25 6
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