- Find Gardening Advice and tips.
- Become a member or renew my membership.
- Start a community garden or school garden.
- Volunteer with Urban Harvest or in a garden..
- Hire an Urban Harvest consultant
Directory of Gardens
Find out about some of the many great community gardens and school gardens in our area.
Urban Harvest Classes. Visit our calendar of classes. Classes are taught at various locations with many classes being taught in the garden. Please check the course description for the location of the class. Visit here for walking and parking directions to Westbury Community Garden.
Become an Urban Harvest Member! Help us grow gardens and a greener city by becoming an Urban Harvest member today. Membership supports our 3 hardworking programs, Community Gardens, Education and Farmers Markets.
Farmers Market Fruit Tree Sale – March 23, 2013, 8:00 am – noon, located at Richmond and Eastside. The best fruit trees are available during the winter and spring. Select from appropriate fruit trees for the metro-Houston area.
Urban Harvest Farmers MarketsVisit our farmers markets on Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday for locally grown fresh fruits and vegetables, eggs, cheese, honey, and much more!
I Grow-Houston Community Garden Initiative
The first in a series of allotment gardens will start in Sunnyside and planting will begin in early fall 2012. Accepting applications for gardeners who live in the area. Also supplies and sponsors are needed! All inquiries please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call our office at 713-880-5540.
Permaculture courses help you learn the information you need to design and assemble an ecologically sustainable garden, home, community or natural area. Learn more by signing up for the Sustainable Living Through Permaculture 1 & 2. Permaculture classes are at the bottom of the Calendar of Classes under Sustainability.