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Raley Field Gardens

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Raley Field Gardens

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The Sacramento River Cats began building the Raley Field Gardens in 2014. The building of the garden is driven by the importance of community involvement and education about healthy eating and learning to "Grow Your Own", also supporting Sacramento's Farm-To-Fork movement.

A Community Harvest...

Since its inception, the Raley Field Gardens has harvested over 550 lbs. of produce for local food banks through the Raley's Food For Families program. The garden grows a variety of vegetables and fruit, such as tomatoes, cabbages, pumpkins, strawberries, eggplants, and much more. When you visit, you'll find annuals and perennials planted specifically to attract pollinators - a key piece to the success of any garden.

From Little Beginnings...

Each and every day, the Garden grows stronger and more plentiful. As the Garden continues to grow, so does community involvement.Since the Raley Field gardens have been growing, the River Cats have been able to assist in building multiple school gardens in the Greater Sacramento area.

Plant List...

FLOWERS HERBS FRUITS VEGETABLES

Marigold

Yellow Durango

Red Durango

Coneflower

Butterfly Blue

Alyssium

Castilleja

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

French Taragon

Peppermint

Apple Mint

Orange Mint

Lime Mint

Chocolate Mint

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fig

Gala Apple

Braebum Apple

Red McIntosh Apple

Red Delicious Apple

Red Gravenstein Apple

Fuji Apple

Oranges

Blueberries

Strawberries

Rapunzel Cherry Tomato 

Eggplant

Cucumber Lemon

Hardy Kiwi

Roma Tomatoes

Field Corn