Temple Gardens are a collection of gardens in Benton Park West used to engage our urban community with the outdoors. We teach youth and adult gardening classes, offer garden to table food demonstrations, and help beautify our neighborhood. The gardens also serve as a gathering place for fellowship and sharing meals together. Our gardens are maintained primarily by Temple House dwellers and volunteer groups.

We have a variety of seedlings available for your summer garden! Details are as follows:

  • Seedlings are available for pick up on Tuesday, May 5th from 10 AM to 5 PM or by appointment @ 2740 Arsenal St.

  • Our supply is limited, so there is a two plant maximum for each variety.

  • Cost is $5 each, or 3 for $12.

  • All seeds are heirloom varieties, grown in organic seed starting mix.

  • There will be additional varieties of herbs not included in the preorders available for purchase on May 5th.

Place your order below!

Questions? Contact Sara at (314) 606 - 7794.

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Determinate heirloom tomato variety producing sweet and flavorful bite-sized fruit. Plants reach around one foot high and require no additional support. Great for container or small space gardening.
Giant Roma-type heirloom tomatoes are great for paste and canning.
Strong and compact, this heirloom variety produces bell shaped peppers in a lovely plum color. The peppers are crisp, juicy, and nicely sweet.
A Temple Gardens favorite, this heirloom variety produces an abundance of hot and distinctive club shaped peppers.
So cute! These little red peppers are around 1.5 inches tall and wide. The two foot plants produce early and often. A great mild flavor for the whole family.
Producing 3-6 inch fruits with a gentle heat, these are a favorite for chili rellenos. The plants reach around 2 ft and require a long growing season.
This was the favorite of our littlest dweller last season! Kyle and friends made jars and jars of dill and sweet pickles. Plants grow in strong vines and produce for several weeks.