Community garden

For 40 years La Pommerie has been offering horticultural lovers the opportunity to grow a vegetable garden. Besides the pleasure of gardening, you can savor the fruit of your work. Do you like organic food? It’s a good opportunity. The herbs you grow will change the taste of your dishes.

It is also the opportunity to make friends with whom to exchange…

What is a community garden?

A community garden is a plot of land divided into small gardens. Each garden is grown by an individual or a family. Water points, tools and relaxation areas are available for all members-gardeners.
But … only the one who cultivates can reap the fruit of his labor.


Return the tools back into the shed after use …
Put the rocks to the right of the shed. No rocks in the compost pile.
To the left of the shed, we find (see indications):
– the compost pile ready for use,
– the pile where to deposit leaves and shrubs (future compost),
– the pile that will be ready to use next year.
Do not pick your neighbors’s vegetables and plants.
Do not walk on your neighbors’ plot.

Where is located our community garden?

Head towards the Village de la Pommerie and continue after the Massage Therapy Center.

Facilities and equipment

You have to bring your own seeds.
In the garden, you have access to a shed, where tools are provided.
Water points, a picnic table and compost are also available on site.
A greenhouse for your seedlings

Registration and Information

See Jasmine (Melba 1) or Denis (Melba 1)
Choose a small or large lot.

Dates to remember

Registration: You can register at the beginning of May. If no land is available, a new plot will be developed.

When to sow? Plant? Ideally after the risk of frost, towards the end of May, when the soil is warmer.

Need advice?

Sa’n offers you a collection of texts: Gardening tips (in french). Printed copies are available for consultation at the garden shed and at the restaurant entrance to the Village.

2018 Activities

  • May: exchange of perennials.
  • June: making a natural air freshener.
  • July: activity for children during children’s day.
  • August: a tea in the garden
  • September: group canning.