Clarksville Community Garden Coming this Spring
on Water Street across from ball diamond.
Anyone who wants to try their hand at gardening but don't have the space, we've got you covered. Plots will be available for $25. We will till them for you at the onset.
You will purchase whatever plants you wish to grow. You will watch your plants grow as you tend, weed and water.
This will be a fun, educational, healthy and social experience for everyone. I am sure that we will share growing tips and fresh veggies.
If you are interested in reserving your plot, please reach out to us soon, as we are going to be prepping the land within the next few weeks.
Clarksville Garden Club established in July 2020
Just a group of people passionate about gardening and excited about beautifying Clarksville and growing community.
First project will be to develop the Clarksville Community Park garden with all season colors, kid friendly and educational blooms.
The park garden will focus on Native foliage and pollinator preservation.
If you are interested in helping out in any way please message us on facebook.
Visit Garden Club Facebook
page by clicking flower.
April 28, 2021 , while at the Clarksville Community Park, check out the newly planted Ruby Falls Red Bud donated by Bern's Garden Center.
The Redbud tree is a native tree to this area and it has a lot of beneficial properties.
It adds brilliant color in the early spring making it an attractive addition to any yard but they can reach between 20 to 30 feet high. The beautiful blooms will last 2 to 3 weeks. Because it is native, it is easy to care for.
Many bees love the early blooms of the redbud. Redbuds are also host plants for the larvae of several butterflies and moths. So these trees are a wonderful food source for our pollinators that are extremely beneficial for our planet.
Speaking of food, You can also make Redbud Jelly! Yum! No wonder the bees love this beautiful tree. I hope that you do too.