Fresh for Florida Kids Food Garden

Located at the Holland Building in Tallahassee, the Fresh for Florida Kids Food Garden was designed with the new MyPlate in mind. The purpose of the garden is to have a place for school children to come and learn more about growing fresh produce and how important eating fruits and vegetables is. The garden is open year around to visit. 

Videos from the Garden

Photos from the Garden

commodity foods

2013 garden scarecrow - "A commodity foods specialist"

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2013 garden scarecrow - "A Food, Nutrition and Wellness employee"

pick or treat

2013 garden scarecrow - "Pick or treat kids"

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2013 garden scarecrow - "Joe, the Wellness Guy"

Photo: Purple cabbage

Purple cabbage growing in the garden in the spring of 2013

Photo: Grapevine entrance

A muscadine grapevine takes over the entrance to the Fresh for Florida Kids Food Garden

Photo: Pomegranates

Pomegranates growing in the garden in 2013

Photo: Squash

This squash from the garden is huge.

Photo: Blackberries

Blackberries from the garden in the midst of ripening.

Photo: Cantaloupe

A cantaloupe grows in the garden in the summer of 2013.

Photo: Purple cabbage and romaine lettuce

Purple cabbage and romaine lettuce growing

Photo: Buckwheat

Buckwheat grows in the garden, adding nutrients to the soil.

Pomelos

Pomelos hanging in the garden in the summer of 2015.

Photo: Sign of "Fresh for Florida Kids"

The Fresh for Florida Kids sign welcomes all into the garden.

For more photos, check out the garden album on our Facebook page.