6/15 Green, a lively community garden located at 6th Avenue and 15th Street in Park Slope, Brooklyn, will hold its annual Fall Plant Sale from 11-4 on Saturday, October 13th and Sunday, October 14th. A wide array of hardy herbs, perennials and indoor plants will be available for your garden bed, planter or window sill. For holiday fun, there will be lots of unusual gourds & pumpkins for sale, too.
Remaining plants will continue to be available for sale during the garden’s Open Hours from October 16th through October 21st. (Tuesday & Thursday from 4-6 and Saturday & Sunday from 10-6)
All sales help cover the expenses of maintaining the garden as a vibrant urban oasis.
6/15 Green will also host its wonderful annual Harvest Festival on Saturday, October 13th from 11-dusk. The rain date is Sunday, October 14th. Festival highlights will include live music and family activities throughout the day.
All of 6/15 Green’s events are part of its mission to provide cultural and educational activities that strengthen its community. The public, neighbors and friends are warmly invited to visit this lovely, permanent Land Trust garden throughout the year. It’s a welcome respite from the City’s hubbub that continues to bring its community together.
6/15 Green is a 501 ( c ) 3 organization, and contributions are tax-deductible. Donations are welcome! Visit 615green.org for more information about the garden and upcoming events.
6/15 Green is a proud founding member of the Brooklyn Alliance of Neighborhood Gardens Land Trust (BANG). See banglandtrust.org for more information.
To celebrate Green Thumb’s 40th Anniversary, more than 75 community gardens across New York City opened their gates for tours and special events July 14. Here are a few photos from BANG’s gardens. Our gardens are open all throughout the week, every week. Come visit!
Kids dancing to the Sparrow Sisters at 6/15 Green.
Print reduction at 6/15 Green
Flower children: Terrarium Building at Prospect Heights Community Farm.
Dig this: Terrarium building at Prospect Heights Community Farm.
Garden members and neighbors learn to build terrariums.
To help celebrate the 40th anniversary of Green Thumb, NYC Parks’ community gardens program, 75 community gardens will open their gates to the public on July 14 from 11 a.m to 3 p.m., rain or shine. BANG gardens will participate with music, compost demonstrations, a visit to the chicken coop, a guide to beekeeping and more. Please join us! For more information, and a complete list of locations, visit Open Garden Day NYC page.
The Brooklyn Alliance of Neighborhood Gardens (BANG) Land Trust is a group of 5 like minded gardens working together to maintain their gardens as open spaces in perpetuity. Each garden is a gem within their neighborhood. Gardens include: 6/15 Green, Bears at Pacific Street, Greenspace at President Street, Pacific Heights Community Farm and Warren St Marks Community Garden. Donating to BANG helps fund each of these gardens!