between Bispebjerg station and Lersø Parkallé. Each garden is
12 square meters and all are grown by local residents.
Therefore half of the gardens are reserved for people born outside
of Denmark, while the other half are reserved for people born in Denmark.
and sustainable principles. At the same time, the ambition is to actively
enter in networks with the many other associations and organizations
working og green initiatives in Copenhagen and on a national level.
All of our members lives in the local area. No matter when you stop by the
gardens, you will most often meet other members. We greet each other and
share ideas and advice on cultivating the gardens. Even though there are
150 gardens. Not two gardens are alike. Therefore there is alot of knowledge
and inspiration to find in each other.
We are a community runned by volunteers. that means: We help out by looking
after each other and the common areas. We have common gardendays during
the year. - You are required to attend at least 2 garden days per year.
This is also an opportunity to meet others from the gardens.
In addition, we also require you to look after your garden. We have respect
for the fact that there are many ways to keep the garden but we do not allow
the gardens to be overgrown with weeds that spread to the neighboring
gardens. Missing 2 garden days or poor maintence of the garden can mean
that you will loose your garden.
"Become a member"
a membership and a garden.