​​UPCOMING EVENTS:


​Vegetable Gardening 101: Saturday, August 15th, 9-10:30 am

                                                  TECO Hall / Oldsmar Public Library

                                                  400 St. Petersburg Dr. E.

                                                  Oldsmar, Fl. 34677 

Dig in and discover tips on how to grow vegetables and keep your plants vigorous and healthy for harvesting. FREE and open to anyone.


Reserve a bed at The Oldsmar Organic Community Garden: Saturday, Sept. 5th, 9-12 Noon. Gardening is one of the most rewarding, entertaining and healthy hobbies you can get into. Not only is it good for your mind, it teaches integral life values, and is good for your physical health. To learn more about the garden, Email: oldsmarorganicgarden@gmail.com


Oldsmar, Florida is in USDA Hardiness zone 9B. A planting guide is available through https://sfyl.ifas.ufl.edu/lawn-and-garden/florida-gardening-calendar/


Amazon Smile is a way to support The Oldsmar Organic Community Garden every time a purchase is made through Amazon. It's a win-win with the added bonus that Amazon will donate a portion of the price of eligible purchases to Oldsmar Organic

​Community Garden. Here's how it works:

.Visit smile.amazon.com

.Sign in with your Amazon Credentials

.Choose Oldsmar Organic Community Garden as your charity

.Start shopping 

.Add a bookmark for smile.amazon.com for every time you make a purchase.


Volunteering​ at our garden and events is a great and fun way to connect to your local community. Volunteering with the Oldsmar Organic Community Garden will bring out the superpowers that you can only imagine as you learn about organics, composting, planting, weeding, and harvesting. All Volunteers and Bright Futures Community Service Volunteers can help out at the OOCG throughout the year. Come and volunteer today. Email the OOCG at oldsmarorganiccommunitygarden@gmail.com. We hope to hear from you soon!















423 Lafayette Blvd 

Oldsmar, FL 34677

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the Oldsmar Organic Community Garden