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100 Best Community Garden Slogans

Having a community garden is just one way to bring members of your area together for a common goal and activity. These great community garden slogans serve as the perfect examples to the type of phrases you can use to encourage participation among local residents.

A beautiful garden is a work of heart.
A gardening we grow.
A joyful heart blooms year round.
A little dirt never hurts.
Adopt the pace of nature; her secret is patience.
All I need to know about life I learned from gardening.
All the flowers of tomorrow are in the seeds of today.
All things grow with love.
An angel belongs in the garden.
An angel helps my garden grow.
An intellect rivaled only by garden tools.
As is the gardener so is the garden.
As thirsty as a willow tree.
Barefoot in the garden.
Between these weeds, flowers grow.
Bless my bloomers.
Born to garden, forced to work.
Bright as a sunflower.
Bring on the sun.
Cares melt when you kneel in a garden.
Clean and Green is our Perfect Dream.
Colorful as a flower shop.
Crisp as a cold apple.
Crumble like a dry leaf.
Don’t hurry. Don’t worry.
Every flower is a soul blossoming in nature.
Every path has its puddle.
Flowers are God’s way of smiling.
Flowers are the stars of heaven.
Flowers feed the soul.
Flowers make live lovelier.
For thee, the Earth puts forth sweet flowers.
Friends and flowers make like a garden.
Friends are flowers than never fade.
From a small seed, a mighty trunk may grow.
Fun as bobbing for apples.
Garden more, work less.
Garden of wildflowers.
Garden sweet garden.
Garden to cut food cost.
Gardeners don’t get old, they go to pot.
Gardeners have the best dirt.
Gardening grows the spirit.
Gardening is a work of Heart.
Gardening is decorating outside.
Gardening is my passion.
Gardens feed the soul.
Gather friends like flowers.
Grow it yourself, plan a farm Garden now.
Grow where your planted.
Grow your own Fruit and vegetables.
Grow your own, be sure.
Happiness is to hold flowers in both hands.
Harvest the seeds of love.
He plants a Tree to benefit next generation.
I didn’t plant this.
I love to work for my garden.
I really dig my Garden!
If it ain’t broke, keep fixin it till it is.
If you want to be happy for a lifetime, plant a garden.
I’m not getting old, I just need to be repotted.
In God’s garden there is work to be done.
It is by believing in roses that one brings them into bloom.
It takes both rain and sunshine to make a rainbow.
Keep calm and Garden ON.
Life is a flower of which love is the honey.
Life is delicious; in spite of the seeds.
Lit up like a christmas tree.
Love makes everything grow.
My heart belongs with my garden.
Never enough thyme.
Never the rose without the thorn.
One is never nearer to God than when in a garden.
One planet is all you get.
Plant a little love, watch a miracle grow.
Plant kindness and gather love.
Pretty as a flower garden.
Pulled like a weed from a garden.
Red as ripe apples.
Rosemary is for remembrance.
Sad as a wilted flower.
Save a tree. Eat a beaver.
Seeds are a link to the past.
Sized up like a tree to be cut for lumber.
Some folks make a garden out of life.
Take time to smell the roses.
The best fertilizer is a gardener’s shadow.
The earth laughs in flowers.
The garden is the mirror of the heart.
The only thing I grow in my garden is tired.
Time began in a garden.
To grow a little garden is the labor of the ages.
To plant a Garden is to believe in tomorrow.
Weed it and reap.
Weeds welcome here.
Welcome as rain in the summer.
What we plant, we eat.
When I’m tired and can’t sleep, I count plants instead of sheep.
When words escape, flowers speak.
You reap what you sow.

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