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Gardening Policy

The following are policies to be aware of while gardening in Saint Paul:

Boulevard Gardening
Are you wondering if you can use herbicides, pesticides and/or fertilizers? Or maybe you’re wondering exactly how tall can your ornamental grasses be in your boulevard? Maybe you’re not sure what the city considered a boulevard? Read the Care and Maintenance of Boulevards to find out all this information and more!
Use of Pesticides and Fertilizers on Park Property
Are weeds, insects and other issues bring you and your property to an all-time low? Are you considering using Fertilizer and/ or Pesticide? Don’t abuse, review the Fertilizer and Pesticide Use.
Residential Composting

Are you interested in starting your composite for your residence? From less trash to having your own organic soil, composting is a easy and environmentally friendly way to make a different. Review Residential composting Section 357.08 for information on city regulations for composting on your property.
Planters in Commercial Areas
If you would like to help beautify your neighborhood with a planter(s) review the Planters in Commercial Areas for details on allowances and restrictions for the city of Saint Paul.
HRA Garden Lease Guidelines
Help your community by promoting a sense of community and empowerment and create mutual benefit with a vegetable and/ or flower garden. Check out the Garden Lease Guidelines for details on use to use vacant lots and transform them into a community garden. 



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