Community Gardens

Currently, nine community gardens operate in the Township of Langley. The gardens are managed with the assistance of the Langley Environmental Partners Society (LEPS) and local garden groups.

For more information, submit a community garden enquiry form, or call 604-532-7529.

Aldergrove Community Garden Aldergrove Athletic Park 29 Avenue & 267B Street
Derek Doubleday Arboretum Community Garden  Derek Doubleday Arboretum  21200 Block Fraser Highway 
Fort Langley Community Garden Fort Langley Community Park St. Andrews Avenue & Nash Street
Murrayville Community Garden Old Yale Park Old Yale Road & 224 Street
NE Gordon Community Garden   Worrell Crescent & 210 Street
Routley Community Garden Routley Park 70 Avenue & 198A Street
Topham Park Community Garden Topham Park 91 Avenue & 216 Street
Walnut Grove Community Garden Walnut Grove Community Park 89 Avenue & Walnut Grove Drive
Yorkson Community Garden Yorkson Community Park 84 Avenue & 206 Street

Langley Demonstration Garden

Located within the Derek Doubleday Arboretum, the Demonstration Garden showcases sustainable gardening practices, including backyard composting. Environmental educational workshops are available for adults and children alike, along with a series of fun and interactive community events.

Grow Healthy, Grow Smart

Cosmetic pesticides can be harmful to humans, wildlife, and insects, and can leach into our waterways. The Grow Healthy, Grow Smart program teaches residents practical ways to reduce or eliminate the use of pesticides and chemical fertilizers for lawns and gardens.

Rain Gardens

Rain gardens are an attractive and natural way to manage rainwater runoff and improve water quality in developed neighbourhoods. In fact, they allow about 30% more water to soak into the ground than a regular lawn. Learn how to maintain or expand a rain garden on your property.

Community Garden Enquiry Form

For more information on a community garden, please select the garden you want to know more about, then add your question, along with a phone number or email to contact you. Click ‘submit’ to send your enquiry.