Gardens


Long Beach Organic's newest site, the Crown Victory Community Garden includes 22 ground-level planters, two raised planters, and an 8-foot-tall grape arbor.

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The Grace Park Garden, located within a pocket park at Plymouth and Elm streets, is part of a collaboration with the city to provide more green space in North Long Beach.

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Commemorating avid gardener Mary Molina, this garden came to life with the Molina family's donation of land to the City of Long Beach for a community garden.

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The city set aside space for this community garden during an expansion of Orizaba Park in 2010.

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Established in 2001 on a vacant city property, the Pacific and Sixth Community Garden is a small patch of green on busy Pacific Avenue.

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Opened in December 2013 with 20 small plots, the Seventh and Chestnut garden in downtown Long Beach is a favorite of nearby apartment dwellers.

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Started in 2010, the South Forty is a green oasis in an industrial area with 43 plots.

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Zaferia Junction Garden at 10th and Grand streets is LBO's largest garden, with 90 garden plots.

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