beans, beets, chard, corn, cucumbers, squash, melons, pumpkins, cilantro, dill, leeks
basil, chard, lettuce (heat-tolerant varieties)
basil, lettuce, chard, tomatoes, peppers, eggplant, parsley, cucumbers, melons
It's fun - it's easy!
iGrow is a grassroots campaign to encourage Sonoma County residents to eat and grow local healthy produce.
Local gardening groups and community gardens
Want to connect with other gardeners or find a place to garden? Find groups and gardens here.
Harvesting and sharing
Abundance happens! Find guidance for harvesting, gleaning and donating extra produce.
Give plants their best chance for success by planting the right way, at the right time.
- Feed your soil! Well-fed soil grows better vegetables.
- Hints for composting - how to turn old leaves and food waste into garden gold: advice from the Master Gardeners.
- Did you know that adding compost to your soil stores carbon and combats climate change? See the UCS guide to climate friendly gardening.