FeatureJune 19, 2024
Discover Marble Hill's community gardens offering free, pick-your-own fruits and vegetables. Enjoy fresh produce and flowers at various locations. Volunteer opportunities available; contact Becky Trehy or Becky Wiginton.
Baby squash is making an appearance in Bollinger County vegetable garden, a community garden in Railroad Park in Marble Hill.
Baby squash is making an appearance in Bollinger County vegetable garden, a community garden in Railroad Park in Marble Hill. Courtesy of Becky Wiginton

Free, pick-your-own fruits and vegetables. Yes, it's true, thanks to Bollinger County community gardens in Marble Hill.

  • Bollinger County vegetable garden in Railroad Park features peppers, tomatoes, cucumbers and squash. Pick your own vegetables.
  • Bev's Place, at 103 Magnolia St., has strawberry beds, a blackberry patch and apple trees. Pick your own fruit.
  • Marble Hill flower patch, at 102 Sample St., features zinnias, sunflowers and apple trees, and it's free to visit.
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Bollinger County community gardens are overseen by Bollinger County Chamber of Commerce.

Anyone interested in volunteering in the gardens is encouraged to contact Becky Trehy at (314) 852-6877 or Becky Wiginton at (573) 208-5426.

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