Helena Community Gardens

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To renew your plot rental for 2017, or to be added to the waiting list please contact the appropriate garden manager(s) or fill out a form here.

Click the tabs above to learn more, including how you can get your own garden plot.  We also actively update our facebook page, so be sure to check there, also!

We Need You!

As the 2017 gardening season approaches, we are looking to recruit more volunteers to help our gardens grow!  We have needs and opportunities for all interest levels.

Please take a moment to look over the Volunteer Needs 2017 flier and consider sharing this info with others who might be interested in getting involved with HCG!

We will be sharing these needs through our email list, and Volunteer Helena.



Buy your seeds from Renee’s Garden Seeds and 25% of the order value will be donated to HCG!

Great news!  If you purchase seeds from Renee’s Garden, you will be helping HCG out!

Simply go to www.reneesgarden.com and choose from the wide selection of seeds for heirloom and gourmet vegetables, cottage garden flowers and culinary herbs, special seed collections and great kitchen garden cookbooks.

At check out, just enter the code  FR861D in the coupon code box on the checkout page, and that’s it!  Renee’s Garden will send a year-end check to Helena Community Gardens for 25% of all orders that use this fundraising code. Code expires December 31 each year.

For full details, click the link below!

Fundraising Flyer

Helena Master Gardener Celebration–March 4th

As you begin to start thinking about warmer weather and getting back into the garden, the Gold Country Master Gardeners would like to remind you that the Helena Master Gardener Celebration will be on March 4, 2017.  They have an amazing line up of presentation topics and great presenters so we hope that you will join us!  You don’t need need to be a member, OR a Master Gardener to attend!  Register Here:  MG Celebration Registration Form

Seed Potatoes Available in January

MSU Extension will start taking Montana Certified Seed Potato orders in January.

This is only for those of you that need
5 pounds or more per variety of
seed potatoes.
If you need less than 5 pounds, please visit your local retailers; in the past, Valley Farms, GardenWerks, Tizer Gardens, and Murdochs, have sold MT Certified Seed Potatoes.
You can go to the program’s web site, www.mtseedpotato.org, to get more information about each variety. If you need 50 pounds or more of each variety, you can order directly online. Contact Brent with questions 406-447-8350!
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