About

Giving Garden is a community app for gardeners & local food enthusiast to grow, share and eat food together. Download our beta app for iOS  or Android and:

Connect

Don’t wait to bump into the human-gardening-books and local food mavens in your neighborhood. Find and interact with them in the Giving Garden app.  Get gardening advice, share photos, ask questions and learn about the local food happenings in your area.

Give & Get

What’s a local food app without actual food? A sad one. We keep it real and happy with a marketplace for people to share their extra produce. Put your extra produce up on Giving Garden and find what you need from your community.

Grow

Don’t know what to grow in your area? Need reminders on when to plant? We’ll have you covered with crowdsourced and local data so you can grow the best food with the help of data and tech at your fingertips.

Want to know more? Check out our introduction video.

Team

Deema Tamimi

CEO

John Knoll

Head of Ops and Web

Josh Livni

Head of Data

Scott Kirkland

Head of Mobile

Get the app

Share gardening and local-food knowledge, ideas and produce with your neighbors with the Giving Garden BETA mobile app. Give it a try and please send us your feedback at support@givinggarden.io

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Blog

Plant Spotlight: Rutabaga

Rutabagas (Swedish in origin) are versatile root veggies born out of breeding turnips and cabbage. They are recognized as originating in Scandinavia or Russia and were described in England as early as 1669 and in France around 1700. Rutabagas are popular in Scandinavian dishes, although they are prepared worldwide as delicious additions to meals! Grow Your Own …

Composting 101: Scratching the Surface on Healthy Soil

Image from Pixabay Written by guest blogger, Clara Beaufort of GardenerGigs. Compost[ing]: Rich, nutrient filled soil formed by decaying organic matter. Used as an additive to gardens and beds and when planting trees and shrubs to enrich pre-existing soil. That’s a down-and-dirty definition of the substance gardeners call “compost.” But there’s more to this miraculous material …