Aberdeen Community Garden
Hull Street Community Garden was officially reopened in the summer of 2019 and is a favorite spot among neighborhood children. Funded through New York State’s Vital Brooklyn initiative, the garden was renovated to include raised garden beds for growing fresh fruits, vegetables and herbs; ADA compliant paths and paved surfaces; and benches, tables, sitting areas, and compost bins. The garden provides outdoor classroom space for environmental education programs with local schools. There is new fencing, gates, lights, off-grid solar energy, new plantings, a garden storage shed, and water supply and irrigation.
In a neighborhood that has very little access to parkland, the garden is a magnet for activity and is used regularly by local residents and schoolchildren.
145 Hull St.
Brooklyn, New York (Ocean Hill)
All NYRP community gardens hold a minimum of 20 open hours per week. Please check the bulletin board at the garden for times and details.
2,500 sq ft.
Playground, Little Free Library