Growing in Haringey is an informal network for community gardens & anyone promoting sustainable food growing & gardening in Haringey.    Contact Pamela Harling

The GiH email discussion group enables people interested in community & sustainable gardening to share information and resources.Subscribe to the email group here

Follow us on Twitter @growinharingey and on Facebook

GiH can hold grant money for you in our bank account if your group does not have one. 

We will be at Tottenham Green market on Sunday 8th May (11am to 3pm). Do drop by to say hello.  We will have a range of garden plants and some veg seedlings.


In the meantime – we would like to relaunch the GiH network – let us know your ideas for our future on our Facebook page. Thank you. Please get involved if you are keen to see more community food growing in Haringey.

  • Did you know it’s #NationalGardeningWeek?
  • This month is also #NoMowMay,
  • Plus, if you want a Pesticide-Free London, get on board with a new campaign being run by the Pesticide Action Network .

Gardening opportunities

Wolves Lane Plant Centre (Wolves Lane, Wood Green, N22) is holding plant sales every Sunday from 11am to 3pm.

In the meantime, for gardening advice and online training why not look at the Eden Project, Capital Growth and London Permaculture websites.



Current opportunities for volunteer gardening (check websites for details)

Thursdays and Tuesdays 9am to 12am, Wolves Lane Centre, Wolves Lane, N22 5JD
Tuesdays and Fridays 11.00 am to 3pm, Harmony Gardens (behind Broadwater Farm Community Centre, Adams Rd, N17 7HE), Twitter @HarmonyGG
Tuesdays 11 to 1pm, Friends of Tottenham Green N15, Facebook group – check this
Fridays 10am to 1.30pm, The Mulberry Tree Community Garden, Quaker Meeting House, 594 Tottenham High Road (near Aldi), N17 9TA

Sundays 10am-2pm, Edible Landscapes in Finsbury Park, Manor House entrance, N4 2NQ.

The Conservation Volunteers (TCV) in Haringey run practical projects across parks and green spaces in Haringey.

For fruit harvesting in gardens, see

GiH was involved in setting up the sustainable food strategy for the London Borough of Haringey


Crop Drop  is Haringey’s very own organic veg (& fruit) bag scheme.

GiH is a member of Sustain – the alliance for better food and farming, including Capital Growth and London Food Link . See their websites for news about food issues in London. We are also a member of Social Farms and Gardens, which has regular news about funding schemes and training courses

Local groups we are linked with include: