Oldsmar Organic Community Garden

Gardening the way nature intended

Our Story

In the beginning, use of the land and access to water was granted to the Oldsmar Organic Community Garden (OOCG) by the City of Oldsmar and Lowe's donated the materials for OOCG to build a fence! The big project began on Saturday, November 17th, 2012 at 7:30 AM at Bicentennial Park. It was a huge milestone! 

In 2014 the OOCG established its 501c3 non-profit status and we've been growing ever since. As of 2019, the garden has 43 raised beds of various sizes to choose from. In addition to the expansion of our raised beds, 2019 also brought the additions of a greenhouse, biodigester, compost system, shaded educational area, Florida-native pollinator garden, and micro food forest! 

Joining the Oldsmar Organic Community Garden allows you to rent a raised garden bed and grow your own organic food! Memberships are renewed annually. The annual fee is $50. Members have access to a communal shed with many gardening tool and heirloom seeds.Members are required to also volunteer two hours per month towards garden maintenance and club functions. 

If you would like to fill out an application to join or learn more information, please send an email to

The Oldsmar Organic Community Garden offers gardening plots to the community and provides educational information about organic gardening, while supplementing community outreach programs and building new community relationships. We welcome those who are passionate about gardening the way nature intended.


Oldsmar Organic Community Garden
423 Lafayette Blvd
Oldsmar, FL     34677

Phone: 727-804-4028

​JUNE 24TH @ 6:30 PM

Join us at the Oldsmar Organic Community Garden for a presentation on growing watermelons. Free to the public

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