It's Lease Renewal Time!

2017 Plot Renewals are Coming Up!

All garden plot leases expire on December 31, 2016. You must renew IN PERSON on one of the following sign-up dates:

  • Thursday, January 5th, from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM
  • Saturday, January 7th, from 9:00 AM to noon
Sign-ups will be held at the San Martin Park Activity Room on Candlewood Street.

Payment is $12.00 per plot, by cash or check only.

If you are unable to make it to either of the dates listed, please call Mel Mueller at 562-858-2239.



December General Meeting and 2017 Elections

Join us for the Holiday General Meeting and 2017 Steering Committee Elections!

Saturday, December 10, 2016 at 9:30
San Martin Park Meeting Room

Please bring a dish to share and an unwrapped gift or non-perishable food items to donate to Lakewood Project Shepherd.

Though there are no contested positions for Steering Committee, we will still cast our ballots for the members on the ticket:

  • President:  Eric Stiegler
  • Vice President: Greg Papke
  • Secretary: Mike Mascaro
  • Treasurer: Peggy Jolly


We hope you will join us with a donation for Project Shepherd and to celebrate our wonderful community of gardeners!

Springtime is for the Bees!

Bees have a tendency to swarm in the Spring, and the Community Gardens are frequently a stopping place.  The swarms are harmless if left alone, and will usually move on in a day or so.

However, do use caution and some common sense.  If the bees are in YOUR plot, count yourself lucky to have had a visit and come back to water or weed later.  Watch where you put your hands and check the handles of tools/shovels before you grab them.  DON'T spray the bees with water.  Pollinators are our friends!

If you are allergic, please don't take chances - just leave the gardening for another day.



Thank you to Rick Adams for the buzz about the bees and the photo of a swarm in plot 53C.

Welcome to the Lakewood Community Garden Website!

WELCOME

The purpose of this site is to share information about the Lakewood Community Garden with our gardeners and the community here in Lakewood, California.

Please see the pages listed to the left for FAQs, meeting schedule, and contact information.
We are so fortunate to live in a place where we can grow fresh, healthy produce and beautiful flowers all year long, aren’t we?  Please be sure to read the FAQs if you have any questions.  If you would like to lease a plot in the Lakewood Community Garden, please give the City a call to get on the list.

Kelly Keller
Web Administrator