Kingfield Community Garden Group

Nothing is quite as satisfying as planting seeds and seeing nature’s blessings emerge through the soil – except possibly eating the harvest!

For people who like to garden but don’t have much space of their own, the Kingfield Pleasant Community Garden is the perfect solution!


And in 2015, it is all about the pollinators!Kingfield Bee

The Kingfield Neighborhood Association now supports two beehives on the roof of the Center for Performing Arts, thanks to our Kingfield Beekeeper, Amy Boland.  These honeybees help pollinate fruits, vegetables, and flowers in a 5-mile radius of our neighborhood.  Check out the adventures of Queen Lily and Queen Amelia on our Facebook page!

Kingfield Community Garden Wish List!

The Kingfield Community Gardens are in need of the following equipment and items:

* Like-new hoses, sprinklers, split spigots, and timers

* Wheelbarrow

* Solar-powered garden lights

Contact KFNA at or 612.823.5980 if you have items to donate and to arrange for drop-off; all items are tax-deductable.

Also please make sure you are signed up for the weekly KFNA e-news on the left-hand side of our homepage so that you won’t miss any announcements regarding garden tours and future garden plot applications, including potential new garden sites within the neighborhood!

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And many thanks to all of the neighbors and gardeners that help make the Kingfield Pleasant Community Garden such a wonderful and nurturing place.  A special thank you to Garden Site Designer, Marnie Peichel.


Garden Site Design created by Marnie Peichel, garden volunteer and Kingfield neighbor.


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