• Rooftop farm at Flatbread in Somerville
  • Rooftop farm at Ester in Dorchester
  • Indoor growing system at b.good Boylston St
  • Indor growing system at b.good Bedford
  • Rooftop farm at b.good Washington St
  • Rooftop farm at Whole Foods Market Lynnfield
  • Patio boxes at b.good Boylston

Benefits of On-Site Growing

  • 350 lbs of fresh produce for every 100 sqft of growing space
  • Organic growing methods
  • Beautifies a patio or indoor area
  • Saves money on high-priced crops, like herbs
  • Provides access to fresh, seasonal produce
  • Generates press by joining farm-to-table movement
  • Custom designs tailored to the needs of your space, including rooftop farms
  • Article "10 Surprising Reasons Why Your Restaurant Should Start a Garden"

Read more about the benefits of growing food on site at your establishment in this case study

Growing Systems

  • Rooftop farms
  • Raised beds
  • Patio planters
  • Indoor crate systems

 As seen in the Boston Globe and Fast Company.

“The herbs we get from even the best purveyors have lost flavor. Fresh herbs, straight from our Green City Growers garden, the flavors are still there; they just pop.” 

– Head Chef Freddie, Tables of Content Catering

Are you a chef that loves to use the freshest produce available? You could have your own on site garden producing hyper-local vegetables to help create your signature dishes.

Request a site evaluation with one of our experienced urban farm project designers to establish the best location and plan for your large- or small- scale urban farm project.

Request On Site Evaluation

What Your Peers Are Doing 

*Click links to see what chefs and mixologists are making with produce from their on-site farms!