Victory Gardens was featured in the, always lovely, Edible Vancouver. A big thanks for the inclusion and the articulate and graceful words by our friend and fellow grower, Darcy Smith.
As a part of Vancity’s annual Staff Appreciation Party, Victory Gardens offered our planting knowledge and skills to any keen planters. The planted Shifting Growth beds were headed to a community garden the following day.
Victory Gardens curated and constructed a featured window display at the Lululemon lab. We referenced wartime Victory Gardens through salvaged materials, front yard visuals and billboard slogans.
Victory Gardens helped transform this overgrown ornamental space into a multifamily edible garden. Through educational services, this garden produced an abundance of food for all gardeners involved.
Victory Gardens visited this urban apartment patio and was immediately excited about the possibilities. Three containers later, the residents are growing herbs and veggies for a family of two.
Victory Gardens and Eat Together teamed up in the delightful Tin Can Studio for a Harvest dinner in a Riley Park garden. The night included a workshop on over-wintering and a four course vegetarian dinner.
With a master carpenter on our hands, we were delighted to install these hand-crafted cedar beds, fill them with Victory Gardens veggie starts and provide the family with educational tools for success.
Victory Gardens celebrated Main Street Car Free Day with a Plant and Seed sale, Kid Zone and a selection of demonstrative constructions, such as pallet and gutter gardens as well as upcycled “panters”.
The Gardening Basics Workshop at Chalk featured all the info you need to get going in the garden. This 101 style workshop included lecture and demonstration components to make growing easy!
This is Victory Gardens’ first client, strata building and front yard conversion. Together, we transformed the underutilized front/side-yards space to grow a variety of veggies and native plants.
This shady homestead ontop of a steep North Vancouver bluff was in need of growing space for their growing family. Victory Gardens built 3 raised patio beds and provided educational tools for success.
In an attempt to rethink how we use unused city space, Victory Gardens transformed this sunny, south facing street boulevard to include 3 raised beds made of dry-stacked salvaged brick.
Consisting of the Victory Gardens team members and a handful of other growers, the VG headquaters is an example of how fully utilized city space can produce food for a number of people.
In the summer of 2011, one of the Victory Gardens team brought a selection of small-scale markets to the Old Faithful Shop in Gastown Vancouver offering local produce, baked and canned goods and flowers.