Skunk Hollow Community


Fenced site, located in Willows Park, established to gather Radnor residents for growing our own food and building community.


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Our Community

The garden is located at Willows Park off Darby Paoli Road. Each member has a plot of their own to grow what vegetables or flowers they want. In addition, there are common beds for larger crops like potatoes, squash, herbs and flowers. Every year the garden provides fresh produce to a Delaware County food pantry. Members must commit to help with garden tasks. There are two potluck dinners in the garden and other events. No experience necessary.

Over 50 Local Gardeners

Our community keeps growing. Still the garden has openings for Radnor residents to harvest their own organic produce. Come to join us!

100% Organic

Our gardeners focus on organic plants and methods. The knowledge spreads from experienced members, helping everyone to learn and prevent common mistakes. 





Skunk Hollow Garden has truly been a community enhancer. It’s incredibly rewarding to grow your own produce and build friendships with your neighbors.


Judy Sherry

It’s been such a wonderful experience joining the Skunk Hollow Community Garden! The other gardeners are so generous with their support and knowledge.


Rita Assetto

Latest from the Blog

In our blogs you can see helpful information for how to grow flowers, vegetables and herbs. 

Transition from spring to summer update

Transition from spring to summer update

What to plant?  As we transition from our endless spring into summer, the garden is a wonderful place to spend a few hours clearing your head, enjoying the sun and listening to the birds.  I would strongly encourage everyone to get out and pitch in. With our warming...

Skunk Hollow Garden Experience

Skunk Hollow Garden Experience

How we found Skunk Hollow?  Our family moved to Wayne from San Francisco late 2018, and we knew we would definitely join Skunk Hollow garden the following spring. My mother-in-law has been a part of the community for a few years, we enjoyed our time visiting the...

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