What are MCGA Good Neighbor Practices?

Be polite, be friendly and be respectful. Neighbors helping neighbors is a tradition that makes MCGA a strong and welcoming community. As neighbors you will share the faucets and maintain the border areas between you. Being a good neighbor makes a gardening at MCGA a positive experience for all.

  • Please be aware of how your tall plantings are placed (corn, sunflowers, trellises), so they do not shade a neighbors’ garden.
  • Gardeners must keep weeds, vines, and plants from spreading into their neighbors’ plots.
  • Maintaining the garden path is a community effort. We ask that gardeners on both sides of a path share the work of weeding it.

Please be kind to your garden neighbors.