Plot list

Our plot list below contains all the plots in the garden that are rented to individuals, couples, and families. It is updated frequently by the Varsity Community Garden Plot Administrator.

How to the read this table:

 

The first column has the plot numbers. The second column describes the plot as being a raised bed or an in-ground bed. The third column indicates the status of the plot.

  1. Yes means a plot is currently available.
  2. No means a plot is currently rented for the growing season.
  3. Pending means that someone signed up for that plot but has not yet paid the rent. If the payment is not received by the deadline, the Annual General Meeting, the plot may be rented out to the first person on the waiting list.

Other plots, such as the common or group plots, which includes the herbs gardens, pumpkin and potato patch, are not listed here, as they are not for rent.

If you are interested in renting a plot, please contact plotadmin@varsitycommunitygarden.ca and request to be put on the Wait List. Please indicate your preference for either a raised or in-ground bed.

Wooden raised beds used in Varsity Community Garden during gardening season.

Example of raised beds at the VCG.

In-ground bed used as pumpkin patch at the Varsity Community Centre, Calgary, AB.

Example of in-ground beds at the VCG.

Garden map with plot numbers (pdf)

Plot number Plot type Is this plot available?
1 Raised bed No
2 Raised bed No
3 Raised bed No
4 Raised bed No
5 Raised bed No
6 Raised bed No
7 Raised bed No
8 Raised bed No
9 Raised bed No
10 Raised bed No
11 Raised bed No
12 Raised bed No
13 Raised bed No
14 Raised bed No
15 Raised bed No
16 Raised bed No
17 Raised bed No
18 Raised bed No
19 Raised bed No
20 Raised bed No
21 Raised bed No
22 Raised bed No
23 Raised bed No
24 Raised bed No
25 Raised bed No
26 Raised bed No
27 Raised bed No
28 Raised bed No
29 In-ground bed No
30 In-ground bed No
31 In-ground bed No
32 In-ground bed No
33 In-ground bed No
34 In-ground bed No
35 In-ground bed No
36 In-ground bed No