Next Meeting - October 15th at 7:00 PM at the Lower Level of the Senior Center. We will be having our Board elections. Two positions are up for election this year.

Wine Tasting - Tuesday October 27th at Pavinci's at 7PM. Flyer can be viewed here.

Follow the Monarch migration here. And go here for a link to identify different types of butterflies.

Welcome to the Hopatcong Community Garden (HCG) website

Located in Hopatcong, New Jersey,
since 2012, the Hopatcong Community Garden has been supporting quality of life, educational and community interests in our town.

We hope you will enjoy learning about our community garden and the things we do for our community. Please visit our History and Mission page to learn more about the HCG.

 Featured Items
May HCG Newsletter

July HCG Newsletter


  • Join Us For Our Wine Tasting Fundraiser! Pavinci’s Italian Grill is proud to sponsor a wine and spirit sampling on Tuesday, May 5th from 7pm to 9pm. The fee per person is $20. There will be a great variety of wineto sample, buffet dinner included as well as the chance to win one of many prizes.Proceeds from the night will benefit both the Hopatcong Pound Project & the Hopatcong Community Garden. Two organizations that have been helping each other and the town bring a sense of community to Hopatcong.
    Posted Apr 23, 2015, 1:33 PM by Hopatcong Garden
  • Visit us on Facebook Be sure to find and "like" us on Facebook.  We share gardening tips, announcements and posts to entertain  you.  
    Posted Jan 30, 2015, 11:52 AM by jenbarone2001
  • Feb 19th Meeting All are welcomed! The February 19, 2015 meeting will be held at the upper level of the Senior Center at 7PM. HCG member, Janet V. will be speaking about attracting butterflies so they lay eggs and what plants to plant to attract them and feed them.Current HCG members can come to the center as early as 5:30 to drop off registration forms and speak with the board if there are any questions. 
    Posted Jan 30, 2015, 11:50 AM by jenbarone2001
  • 2015 Annual Community Garden Conference Saturday March 7, 2015   9:00a - 4:30p  (snow date Sunday March 8th)Cost: $50 per person before Feb. 1, $60 pp on or after Feb.1Location: Haggerty Center, The Friends of The Frelinghuysen Arboretum, 353 East Hanover Ave, Morris Township, NJ 07962(973) 326-7600The Friends of The Frelinghuysen Arboretum and Rutgers Cooperative Extension are teaming up again to present their fifth Annual Community Garden Conference.This year’s keynote speaker is the renowned botanical explorer and food plant ecologist, Joseph Simcox. Joseph has spent decades traveling the globe, documenting and tasting thousands of edibles. He has traversed wildernesses with indigenous peoples, interviewed thousands of villagers and searched the markets from the Arctic to the tip of ...
    Posted Jan 13, 2015, 6:44 AM by Hopatcong Garden
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  • Check out our past informative presentations!
    Posted May 14, 2015, 2:35 PM by Terry Bond
  • Kelly Bond's Blog Kelly Bond has started blogging about the donation plot and other various food related items. Check it out at
    Posted Jun 18, 2013, 4:18 PM by Terry Bond
  • GMO, Heirloom, Hybrid, Organic: What does it all mean? There seems to be a great deal of confusion among the garden members as to what this all means, so I  hope this will clear it up. Heirloom Seeds are from plants that are purely whatever they have always been. They have been around for a long time. They haven’t been crossbred with other plants. The seeds can be saved, and you will get whatever it was, to grow exactly the same again. Think pure-bred dog: like a beagle, german shepherd, labrador, poodle. Hybrid Seeds are created by breeding two types of plants from the same species together. If you got a new type of tomato by putting two other types of tomatoes together. Hybrid seeds won’t ...
    Posted Feb 19, 2013, 9:08 AM by Terry Bond
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