Esther’s Garden is a place of gathering, learning, growing, sharing and healing. Named after the Jewish Persian Queen; Esther.
the 2 acre garden offers the community an opportunity to grow fruits and vegetables and share with those who need it. It is also a place of socializing, relaxing, rekindling friendships and getting to know the neighbors while pulling some weeds, smelling the blossoms and biting on cucumbers and tomatos.
We appreciate and welcome all who help grow the fruits and vegetables and others who deliver them to those who benefit from it. Garden is open to all people who love nature and all it has to offer.
“Trees and plants always look like the people they live with, somehow.”Zora Neale Hurston