If you are interested in having a Seedleaf garden installed in a space of your choice, here are a couple of questions to get the process started:
- Do you have a group of volunteers who can help with the maintenance (watering, weeding, etc.) of the garden?
What do you plan for what you will do with the produce?
Does the space have access to water?
What can be done to discourage theft and vandalism at this site?
Once you have answered these questions you can begin with the following steps:
- Contact Seedleaf for a free consultation (by email from this site).
- Have a soil sample done (Seedleaf can do this for a small fee).
Consider our financial estimate of the installation and the maintenance of the garden. (Know that a group of volunteers can greatly reduce the cost of a garden--labor is Seedleaf's biggest expense.)
Set a start date and keep your volunteers in the loop. Seedleaf can begin ploughing as early as March (weather permitting), and is willing to begin a garden as late as July (planting by August 1 for a fall garden).