Harbor Gardens


What a week! Last week we hosted, at the newly open, Harbor Gardens General Store, an introductory gardening class for youths taught by Meadow, a beans and greens cooking demonstration with local chef Julie Meola, a local author night with Dr. Nancy Rung and a spring edibles and plant walk through Ashtabula Harbor with John Wright of Red Beet Row. We have also had delicious food bites including sour dough bread by Flannel Dog Farm and saute bouquets – a bundle of ready-to-eat greens from our spring garden!

Take a look at our classes page for upcoming demonstrations/classes and events – we look forward to seeing you at the store!

Use what you have!

Dreaming of summer bounty!

March 2, 2022 General Store Grand Opening is scheduled for March 31st!

We’ve been working with some friends to get the store ready….we will be featuring local made products, food and goods including organic and Ohio-grown flours, Ohio-made kombucha, honey, maple syrup, seed starts and more! Keep an eye out here and fb for a list of upcoming events. We look forward to celebrating spring with you!

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Harbor Gardens – 1022 Bridge Street – Ashtabula – OH – 44004 Ashtabula, loosely translated, means “enough fish for all.” We believe Ashtabula County has it all. We have the capacity to be self-sufficient, self-reliant and spoiled on the joys of The Lake, 4 scenic and wild rivers, food grown locally, and a host of amazing and talented folks. We have more colors of green than almost anywhere in the world and we enjoy all seasons! At Harbor Gardens, be on the lookout for all-things (especially food) from Ashtabula County. We have opened up the demonstration kitchen for locally-grown vittles and classes on how you can prepare it, use, can, pickle, ferment, enjoy it! Take a trip to our classes page…

Seedlings Feb 2022
Harbor Gardens’ garden – Winter 2022
Previous classes
Featuring home-grown watermelon radish