We offer practical home garden consultations to help you establish your own edible garden. In our 60-90 minute session we provide personal, on the spot advice tailored to your space and lifestyle to set you on your way.
Edible gardens, reimagined.
At Urban Growers, we’re inspired by the endless potential of greener spaces.
We’re a team of horticulturalists, designers, gardeners, landscapers and thinkers building a greener future through edible gardens and urban farms.
Your ideas with our expertise combined on paper to prepare you for creating your new space. If you require a new garden or a substantial renovation, then we recommend starting your project with a concept design.
We replenish, renovate and create edible gardens to urban farms. To improve the liveability of each space, we build gardens that not only look good, but also provide you with an abundance of food and the joy of harvesting it.
Its nice to grow food year round, so we offer unique garden maintenance packages to allow you to grow a range of organic food with a little help from us.
Our biggest passion is to educate and upskill people with the knowledge and confidence to take back some level of food control in the urban environment.
Qantas Community Garden
We worked together with Greensmith & Co. to bring to life the Qantas Community Garden in Mascot, Sydney. The space was previously unused, but had a great aspect for an edible garden. The garden is built from mixed salvaged hardwoods and includes raised beds, a pergola for grapes and a potted green wall for smaller hardier plants. […]
We created this urban rooftop micro farm in the Sydney CBD with help from our friends at Garden Life. The 11th story garden features fruit trees, perrenial and annual vegetable and herb gardens, is home to 3 rescued battery hens and a Bee hive care of The Urban BeeHive. We maintain the garden and provide workshops and talks for […]
Kitchen By Mike
Kitchen By Mike is an honest canteen style cafe in an old cannery in the suburb of Rosebery, Sydney Australia. Mike McEnearney (heading up the kitchen), is passionate about seasonality, simplicity and freshness. We had the pleasure of planting the Kitchen by Mike garden in late winter 2013, since then we have been maintaining the […]
This inner city residential garage was built with the weight loading capacity to hold tonnes of soil which is now home to a variety of fruit trees, vegetables, herbs and flowers. The garden receives a nice dose of sun all year round and is accessed by a spiral staircase. The 25 square metre garden produces […]
Urban Growers build edible gardens to urban farms throughout Sydney. We offer consultations to kickstart your home productive garden projects right through to building rooftop gardens in the city. Think raised garden beds, fruit trees, bees and chickens, organic vegetables and herbs and urban micro farms. Our clients range from residential, small to large commercial business and corporate. Our focus is on greening our city and inviting people back into productive gardening through practical workshops and home visits.
Flyn van Ewijk, Qantas
“At Qantas we are always looking for new and exciting ways to engage our people in relation to environment and sustainability issues. The community garden that Urban Growers and Timber Grain Project created for us at our Mascot headquarters has been embraced by our staff and is helping drive greater awareness and engagement in relation to environmental sustainability. We now have an amazing space for our staff to get their hands dirty, grow their own produce, take time out or simply relax. We couldn’t be happier with our garden!”
Chris Sorrell, Three Blue Ducks
“Our garden at Three Blue Ducks is both somewhere we go to relax and unwind and to get harvest herbs and produce for our dishes in the restaurant. Its an extension of our selves and our favourite part of the whole restaurant. We can’t thank the Urban Growers team enough.”
Ronni Kahn, Oz Harvest
“Urban Growers developed our edible garden from nothing! We now have two magical spaces that are lush, delicious and a treat to behold! I love it!”