Community Garden Plots are available for planting from May-October at the following locations:
Pioneer Trail Gardens (13180 Pioneer Trail, east of Super America entry)
Pioneer Park Gardens (8940 Sutton Drive, behind Senior Center)
Senior Rental Fees (residents 55 and older)
- $54 for 20'x30' plot
- $72 for 20'x40' plot (Pioneer Park only)
- $108 for 20'x60' plot (Pioneer Trail only)
- $42 for 20'x30' plot
- $56 for 20'x40' plot
- $84 for 20'x60' plot
AS OF MAY 9, 2013 - One large plot is available at Pioneer Trail; all plots are taken at Pioneer Park.
To Apply for a Garden Plot
Print the appropriate application and sign, then mail or drop off with appropriate payment (payable to the City of Eden Prairie) to:
City of Eden Prairie
8080 Mitchell Road
Eden Prairie, MN 55344
Only one plot will be assigned to a household until all initial assignments have been made. After May 5, if there are still plots available, you may apply for a second one; please note your interest in a second plot on your form. Plots will be assigned to returning gardeners until April 15. Residents 55 years of age and older will have priority for plot assignments at Pioneer Park until April 15. After April 15 plots at each location will be assigned to any applicants in the order their applications are received.
- Prepares the garden area for planting by plowing.
- Stakes all plot corners and identifies each plot by number.
- Provides holding tanks for water. The City will attempt to refill the water tanks regularly.
- Provides a portable toilet at the site.
- Is not responsible for policing the garden area or controlling vandalism.
- Mails plot number and map of gardens in early May.
- Calls 952-949-8441 if you decide not to plant your assigned plot.
- Is responsible for keeping assigned plot as clean and neat as possible.
- Supplies their own seeds, fertilizer and equipment for proper preparation, growing, cultivating and harvesting of crops.
- Waters their own plot without overuse of the limited water supply.
- Takes all paper and debris with them.
- Uses cultivation or mulches to control weeds, not weedicides.
- Removes all garden produce, fencing, refuse and stakes by October 15, so fall plowing can take place.
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Parks and Recreation