Time to register for your plot at

Quann Community Garden!

If you gardened last year, we will mail the necessary forms in February or you can print them from the links on the Registration page.

New gardeners must register in person.

Don’t let the snow and ice fool you – it’s time to think about gardening! If you plan to garden at Quann in 2023, and we hope you do, you must register. If you do not register, you will forfeit your plot. There is currently a waiting list of interested gardeners.

1. Register in-person: Join us on Thursday, March 9, 5:00 PM to 6:00 PM, or on Saturday, March 11, 10:00AM-12:00 Noon, at the Goodman South Madison Library 2222 S Park St, Madison, WI 53713 We may have free seeds!

2. Register by mail: Mail the enclosed forms and your check no later than March 13 to Anne Perrote at 617 Olin Ave. Madison, WI 53715.

Registration questions? Reach Anne at: asperrote3@juno.com or (608) 251-3115. Or for Spanish speakers, reach Oscar Rodriguez at orodgarza2017@gmail.com or (608) 255-0123.

And while you’re thinking about Quann…

  • Opening Day and Hay Distribution will be Saturday, April 22nd 10:00-12:00. Rain date Sunday April 23rd.

  • Mark your calendars for June 1– that’s the deadline for gardeners to have started work in plots, otherwise plots will be forfeited.

  • Getting Quann emails and announcements? If not, contact Dave Wegner to be added to the list at Quanncommunitygarden@gmail.com.

  • Make 2023 the year to be more involved at Quann! Did you know our garden is completely run by volunteers? That means what we accomplish, and how the garden is run, is truly up to all of us. And we need your help! There are opportunities working with our committees to do tasks such as helping with translation, communication, registration, social events, monitoring plots, and more. For more, check our Facebook page and website: www.quanngardens.org


Quann Community Garden provides neighborhood folks with affordable garden plots where they can grow their own food. If you've never gardened in a community garden before, you can look forward to more than fresh fruits and veggies. Cultural exchanges sprout and new friendships grow among diverse groups of people.

The garden is located at the southwest corner of Quann Park in Madison, Wisconsin, near the Bram Street viaduct.

Highlights of the garden:

  • Water stations are located throughout the garden for easy access by all.

  • Plots are approximately 20 by 22 feet.

  • All plots are no-till. This means people can get an early start in the season and grow perennials like asparagus, rhubarb, or raspberries. You may still till your own plot (though read this) if you wish.

  • The cost is very reasonable and is based on a sliding fee scale, $15- $85 per plot, based on your income.

  • The garden is entirely organic.

While there are lots of positives about community gardening, the one downside is that we've had problems with theft. We are actively working on solutions from many different angles, and welcome your input about this problem. What are those positives? Community gardening has several benefits which lead to a higher quality of life not only for the gardeners, but for the neighborhoods as well. Benefits include:

            • Gardeners become more self-sufficient and empowered by growing their own food;

            • Community gardening builds bonds of trust among diverse peoples who come together to raise food. Community gardening results in personal relationships, community development, beautification, environmental justice, crime prevention, and development of leadership and self-reliance for gardeners and for our neighborhoods as a whole;

            • Community gardens beautify neighborhoods and help slow traffic by creating visual stimulation that's unique and attracts attention.

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Here are links to view the garden via Bing and Google Maps.

Directions: Take Park Street to Beld to Bram; Quann Community Garden is just past the viaduct.

We hope you find this website useful. Thanks for visiting!

Garden established June 2002