Potrero Hill Community Garden
Established in the early 1970s
, the Potrero Hill Community Garden is one of 42 gardens operating under the San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department. Membership is open to any resident of the city.

Located on a once-vacant lot above the slopes where the "Goat Lady" of Potrero Hill used to graze her herd, the garden now consists of dozens of plots and common areas maintained by SF residents using organic methods.

The garden boasts of panoramic views of the Mission, Twin Peaks, and on a clear day even the Golden Gate Bridge. Its sunny, Mediterranean climate permits cultivation of fruits, vegetables, and ornamentals, including dahlias: the official flower of San Francisco.

We invite you to visit! 

garden at dusk
Enjoy our garden? Please consider making a donation!
We greatly appreciate donations to the garden, used to make improvements to our common areas and infrastructure. If you'd like to donate, email us at info@potrerogarden.org for a method to donate cash or via check, or you can donate electronically anytime via Paypal or VenmoThank you kindly!