getting no bites on community gardens, however you may want to call up these
folks to see if they have any leads:
Waltham Parks & Recreation
Pond Road, Waltham
Prospect Hill Park
offers 254 acres of beautiful, natural woodlands for hiking and picnicking.
Waltham’s park system also includes more than 20 parks and playgrounds
throughout the city, featuring tennis, baseball, softball, basketball, soccer,
and more. Call for a listing of programs and
Scenic 1.5 trail through
historic Waltham on the banks of the Charles River. Hiking, biking,
rollerblading, fishing, and picnicking. Walking tours on
visited the gardens here as a teenager ( during the administration of Millard
Fillmore .) You may want to poke around here and talk to
185 Lyman Street,
Also called The Vale,
the Lyman Estate was built in 1793 by wealthy Boston merchant Theodore Lyman.
The house is open for tours by appointment. Admission charged. Surrounding
30-acre English-style gardens are a year-round delight. Greenhouses include the
Grape House, built in 1804 to raise exotic fruits, the Camellia House, built in
1820, and a structure from the 1930s. Plants sold year-round. Open Monday
-Saturday, 9 am - 4 pm. Greenhouse tours by appointment. Operated by the Society
for the Preservation of New England Antiquities
undoubtedly know the nice folks at Boston's Paul Ward Beecher community
the highly experienced and heroic Boston Garden Futures
you be energetic crazy enough to want to start a community garden, and can find
enough like minded people to work with you) the information on the American
Community Gardening Association website is priceless:
you've gotten established, you'll really want to take advantage of the
informational and karmic benefits of ACGA membership.
Hi, I'm trying to locate information about
community gardens in Waltham, MA.