Welcome to OxGrow


***WARNING!: We’re currently in the process of renovating the OxGrow website. Much of the information on these pages is out of date. For more current updates, please visit/’like’ our Facebook page and sign up for our weekly newsletter! Any questions? Direct them at mail@oxgrow.org or call Andonis at 07935 812 466. Thank you!*** (12 November 2014)





OxGrow is Oxford’s Edible Community Garden.

Since January 2011 we have been transforming two unloved tennis courts right in the heart of Oxford into a thriving food garden.  OxGrow is open to everyone – it’s for kids and adults of all ages to learn to grow food together. It’s an exciting, creative edible laboratory where we’re experimenting with organic, climate-friendly growing techniques, and harnessing local knowledge to dabble with produce you’ll never find in the shops.  Come along and join in!

How do I find OxGrow?
Register for the Weekly Newsletter
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Read our blog!

Welcome to Oxgrow! was produced by Insightshare, OxGrow, Zoozanne and Geke.


Check out our virtual plot on Allotmentor! (Click image below.)

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Hogacre CommonLow Carbon South OxfordLow Carbon West Oxford

4 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Happy Man on March 17, 2011 at 1:50 pm

    Woop woop!


  2. Posted by Sebastian on November 4, 2011 at 4:47 am

    Simplemente genial, creo que este modelo acorde con las necesidades actuales que imperan en nuestra aldea global, es una pequeña semilla que podría cambiar realmente las cosas.


  3. Gracias Sebastian. Asi es – cultivar y comer juntos es la semilla para conversaciones, comunidad y cambio.


  4. I read about you in a garden magazine this afternoon and I thought I’d say hello from Tangmere Community Garden. Looks like you’re running a fabulous garden.


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