COMMUNITY GARDENS PROGRAM

Tree Sponsorship at the Peace Garden

Being connected to a tree as a personal friend 
is a traditional sacred alliance that gifts human beings 
with roots, a stable trunk linking Earth and Sky, and the joy of blossoming into flowers and fruits. “He/She who plants a tree will live a long life”. A Nature Sanctuary established in 2004 
by the Sedona [read more]


Greening Harmony

Building Community Through Building Gardens Greening Harmony is a grass roots neighborhood organization that started in the Harmony area of West Sedona in 2012. With the support of Gardens for Humanity and funding through the Sedona Community Foundation and the Verde Valley Medical Center we’ve been actively working together to build community through building gardens. [read more]


Sedona Winds Assisted Living Accessible Healing Garden

The Sedona Winds Assisted Living accessible garden is a game-changer for gardening and a healing garden for the elderly and disabled. It was initiated by a group of residents led by Ed Naylor.  When Ed, a former Lutheran pastor, moved to the Winds in 2013, he quickly set about finding a way to get involved [read more]


St. John Vianney

The community garden at St. John Vianney Catholic Church in Sedona was begun as a small “Three Sisters Garden” in 2009. Gardens for Humanity met with a group of parishioners at the end of summer with the goal of starting the garden project on Sedona “Mitzvah (Good Deed) Day, “ an afternoon of community service [read more]


Peace Garden

The Peace Garden, dedicated to the 17th Karmapa, is a healing sanctuary and botanical garden located in the heart of Sedona at the Creative Life Center. It is a garden that unites native plants, healing herbs, fruit trees and specimens from many parts of the world. There are pathways through the garden and shady sheltered [read more]