Listings in Gardening & Farming
The Seed Library allows library cardholders to check out three seed packets per month for free. Choose from a wide variety of seeds for edible plants and herbs, bring your seeds home to grow, and save the seeds to donate back to the library.
64 E. 1st St.
Mesa, Arizona, Arizona 85201
Improving Sedona's sustainability one bucket at a time! Residential and Commercial Collection Service in West Sedona, Uptown, the Chapel area, and the Village of Oak Creek. Now expanding to Flagstaff!
We offer more than 150 varieties of tomato starts, and 100 pepper cultivars, plus a few other veggies and herbs. We also have heirloom tomato and tomatillo seeds.
Aravaipa Canyon, Arizona
Our mission is to plant and grow roots in our community to not only improve and reestablish our neighborhood park but also to provide access to healthy locally grown food and to enhance our relationships in the neighborhood.
1730 S Roosevelt St
Tempe, Arizona 85281
in Wholesale Suppliers, Turnips, Tomatoes, Squash, Spinach, Peppers, Lettuce, Kale, Herbs, Flowers, Farm Stands, Eggs, Eggplant, Cucumbers, Consultation Services, Collard Greens, Chard, Carrots, CSAs, Beets
Steadfast Farm is a two acre bio-intensive market farm in Queen Creek, AZ. We grow certified organic fruits, vegetables and flowers and raise pastured poultry for eggs year round. We offer our produce and eggs through our CSA program, farmers market
22601 East Cloud Road
Queen Creek, Arizona 85142
The nonprofit Community Gardens of Tucson establishes and maintains community gardens and provides ongoing education that enables Tucson residents to grow food successfully and sustainably in garden communities within their neighborhoods.
1145 E. Fort Lowell
Tucson, Arizona 85712
Students Nurturing Alternatives in Landscaping
S San Francisco St
The Shand Garden, named for late NAU biology Professor Richard Shand, is a teaching and research-focused garden.
S San Francisco St
Backyard family nursery offering customers fast-maturing organic veggies & herbs suited for Maricopa County's multiple short growing seasons.