Time: 11.00am-1.00pm

Location: Robert Porter Park

Get Growing, Victoria! is a free vegetable and herb seedlings and garden material distribution program created by the City of Victoria. In partnership with over 50 community and non-profit organizations, 80,000 vegetable and herb seedlings, along with gardening materials, and education through @Growing Together, will be distributed for FREE to support communities in need during the 2022 growing season.
If you would like to learn more about this awesome program, check out: victoria.ca/getgrowing   For gardening resources including growing tips, plant care, and more visit the Growing Together website.

Please complete this online form if you are interested in receiving free food start seedlings from the Get Growing, Victoria! program. This program is open to residents of the City of Victoria, with a priority to support underserved communities, including those who have been disproportionately impacted by the pandemic. Distribution will be managed by your local community or neighborhood association.

Your contact information will only be used by your neighborhood organization to inform you when seedlings are ready to be collected. The remaining information, without your contact details, will be shared with the City of Victoria to analyze and report on program performance.

Get Growing Survey

  • Name *This information will only be used to contact you regarding seedling collection.(Required)
  • What neighborhood do you live in? (Select only one)
  • How many people are in your household? (Select only one)
  • Please select what option best describes you: (select only one)
  • Where do you plan to grow the seedlings? Please select all that apply.
  • Get Growing supports all communities with a priority to help underserved residents, including those who have been disproportionately impacted by the pandemic. This can include, but is not limited to, communities described below. Do any of the descriptions below apply to you?
    • Unemployed • Immunocompromised • Indigenous communities • Racialized communities • Seniors • Students • Single parent households • Living with chronic medical conditions • Living with disabilities • Accessing social services • Living in affordable, low-income, or supportive housing • Unhoused
  • How did you hear about Get Growing?