The Sun Prairie Community Garden (SPCGO) provides gardening opportunities for those who desire to rent space where they can grow vegetables for home-use, in an open and welcoming community environment. The site is leased to Sun Prairie Community Garden Organization from the City of Sun Prairie. Garden plots are available for a seasonal fee to anyone that resides within Sun Prairie city limits, resides within the Sun Prairie Area School District, or works within the city limits. The community garden, located at 1349 Linnerud Drive next to the public library, has 143 plots. A full plot (18' x 24') rents for $35 and a half plot (9' x 24') rents for $20 for the season. The annual rental fee includes access to water, garden tools, raspberries, and rhubarb. Free flower plots are also available to gardeners.
Returning gardeners are given first priority to a plot. New gardeners are assigned a plot on a first come, first served basis. New plots will be awarded by late April. If no plots are available in the garden, you will be put on a waitlist and notified when one becomes available. Applications for a plot in the community garden are now being accepted.
To rent a garden plot, access the registration link found below, complete the registration form and submit with payment to:
Sun Prairie Community Garden Organization, Inc.
c/o Tom Kinney
923 Jerico Lane,
Sun Prairie, WI 53590
An e-mail will be sent confirming the receipt of your registration and payment.
SPCGO was originally started in 1999 by the Sun Prairie Youth and Families Commission, former city council member Larry Olness, and Sun Prairie Garden Club member Karen Bailey.