Sign up for Harvest @ Home
Welcome to Harvest @ Home. This Community Action Group is a partnership made possible by Cherwell Community Larder, Oxford Mutual Aid, Co-Grow, Abundance, Good Food Oxford, Oxford City Farm, Replenish, Community Action Oxfordshire and local councils and allotment associations. Harvest @ Home receives guidance from Cllr Ian Middleton of Cherwell District Council. You can find out more here:

Our main goal is to help people get started growing their own produce at home! We also strive to support local community gardening and harvesting groups.

At the moment our program prioritises households who are experiencing food insecurity due to the COVID crisis, but anyone is eligible to join our waitlist for services, as we will expand the program in the next few weeks.

Some of the services we offer:

Starter Kits:
Our main product is a garden starter kit.

Full family kit includes containers, compost, seedlings, potato bags and some pest control. Ideally this will supplement a family's produce for about 10 weeks in the summer.

Smaller kits include are available for small households.

We also have kid friendly supplies if you want to involve your little ones.

We offer indoor and windowsill options for anyone without garden space.

We allow our users to choose specific plants based on what they enjoy eating.

We can supplement a garden starter kit with items from our donation drives, including:
seedlings and plug plants
pots, planters, other containers
canes/climbing aids

Harvest @ Home users will have access to a variety of amazing resources, including guide showing growth stages of seeds, tips for beginners, troubleshooting pests and other plant problems, and guides for preserving your harvest. Most of these guides are shared on our Facebook page:

We can provide instruction for beginners to home composting. thanks to Community Action Groups Oxfordshire and Oxfordshire County Council. We currently have some limited equipment for at home composting. If you are keen to make your own compost, we can help source you a compost bin with the help of some of our amazing partners. Please make sure to let us know in the form below.

We will help you become a part of local community gardening groups. Co-Grow is a new facebook support group of many experienced gardeners, a collective of allotment users, home growers, and professionals. We also have opportunities for you to be involved with community gardens in your area if you desire. Please follow us on Twitter: HarvestatH and like us on facebook:

Harvest @ Home is completely free for users, just fill in the form below and let us know what you need to get started growing your own produce. We will need to share some of your information with our partners, but you will only be asked for your full address when we are ready to deliver to you. We cannot do this work without volunteers. If you are interested in helping, sign up here:

If you have any questions at all feel free to e-mail us at or call 01865 817676.

Email address *
Phone number
What is your general location?
What sort of gardener are you?
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Tell us a bit more about your space at home (check all that apply)
How many people live in your household?
Clear selection
Do you have any children living in the household?
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Indicate what you would like Harvest @ Home to provide for you:
Which surplus would you be willing to share with other Harvest @ Home of Co-Grow communities?
What sorts of produce would you like to try growing?
What impact has the COVID crisis had on you (check all that apply)
Please tell us why you would like to grow your own produce.
Please type your name if you give us permission to share your answers with our partners for the purpose of providing you supplies for your garden:
Please provide your postcode so we can match you with your local Harvest@Home hub:
Anything else you would like us to know?
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