The Om Grown Community Garden doesn’t just provide organically-grown fruits and vegetables to members of your community–it also encourages healthy living by teaching natural agricultural practices that enrich the environment.
Community gardens offer more than just beauty; they encourage healthy living, education, and relaxation in a safe space, which is why Auroveda has invested in creating the OM Grown Community Garden.
The Om Grown Community Garden in Spring Hill, Florida provides sustainable gardening education and promotes the growth of high-quality, organic, and nutritious food in the community.
What We Do
Gardening is a way to bring people of all ages together and to promote healthy lifestyles while spreading awareness about the benefits of fresh and locally-grown produce. The purpose of the Community Garden is to promote the environmental, social, health, and economic benefits that stem from a community garden.
The OM Community Garden has many amenities such as nature walk paths, a produce wash station, ADA accessible areas, shaded picnic areas, a designated children’s play area, and more! Gardeners will gain a sense of community and accomplishment through our free garden workshops and various events that are open to the public.
The OM Grown Community Garden operates on the organic method of gardening, which means all gardening is done without non-organic pesticides, fertilizers, rodenticides, and herbicides. Only organic cultural practices are permitted in our garden.
Donations have contributed to gardening practices that enrich lives with all that nature has to offer. The OM Community Garden also has a membership that comes with many perks including a raised 5×5 garden bed, soil and nutrients, shared hand tools, irrigation, advanced notice for special workshops, garden education, and much more.