Jackson Hole Community Garden


At the most basic level each gardener is responsible to try and stop the spread of weeds from both inside their plot and the immediate area around their plot. This is primarily done by removing any weeds before they reach the point of going to seed.

The expectations of what weeds are important to remove and what weeds we can let go varies from garden to garden. Hopefully the photos and descriptions laid out below will give you an idea of what we are looking for.

A weekly email will be sent out through the gardening season if your garden falls below the guidelines set forth. You will not receive an email if your garden is weeded. You can opt out of this email, but you will still be responsible for keeping your area weed free.

If your plot is flagged 5 consecutive weeks out of the 14 weeks the garden is open your plot will be forfeited the following year.

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May Garden

May is relatively a new garden. We have 4 types of weeds that we have singled out becuase they are either noxious (weed which is considered to be harmful to the environment or animals) or they are invasive when they go to seed. Specifically:

Here are some examples of what we are looking for:

Blair Garden

Blair is a much older garden that has been overrun by one specific weed:

Here are some examples of what we are looking for:

Weed Bins

There will be two large weed bins at each garden. These bins will be picked up once a month.

Additional Weed Control

As a board we are investigating other ways to control weeds in the garden. Right now our best bet seems to be a vinegar/salt/soap solution.