Sunny skies…

OLD CITY Farm and Guild is living the dream! 
Sundays @ 10am-2pm 
We are just thrilled.  


.Did you plant purple this week? Coming up:


Pollinator Week….
We will have lots of native pollinators for your garden. Just in time for the bees and butterflies
to do their thing.    

Lady Bugs are in!
Bring the kids.

Mantis eggs too…
Just in time to keep your
“not so good bugs” under control
without polluting your garden.


Come on in for:

FLOWERS, Shrubs and Perennials Galore!!
We have some super cool scented geraniums. 
Citronella, mint, chocolate and pine..All good for your patio or balcony. 

Herbs, vegetables, compost and soil. 

Edible Shrubs and Fruit Trees.

We have got some cool stuff!    


We are busting out with plants and produce.
June is here… 



We have Basil!!!!



Our CSA is in…
It isn’t too late to join   


Compost Cab and 
OLD CITY Farm and Guild 

 have collaborated. 
More information to follow.  
The great thing is that Shaw is the    
GREENEST neighborhood in town. 

Stay tuned. 
A saying from Compost Cab: 
“If it stinks, you aren’t doing it right”.




A good time to get your hands dirty.
Did you know that working/playing in the dirt boosts happy hormones? It really does!!  



 2016 Hours    

Sat-Sun 9am-5pm  

Tues-Friday 12 noon-7:30pm
If the weather is wet,
call us @ 202.412.2489
to see if we are open.
Check us out on
Facebook for updates.    


Time to think of our neighbors. 

Yep, they will be coming soon.  

Have you seen a firefly yet?




It is that time of year again.


We were the first to carry Chesapeake Compost in DC
We now have worm castings. 




Need a spring Clean up?


Contact Fairies’ Crossing


” To inspire your dreamer.”



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OLD CITY Farm and Guild


925 Rhode Island Ave. NW


WDC 20001





BLAST from the Past!   
Each week we will show a pic from our archives
Our racks on  9th and N..
We really brought life to that abandoned corner.  




OLD CITY green became

OLD CITY Farm and Guild June 2013
Our first June on Rhode Island…
To all, Happy Pride Month.

We love adding life to places where nothing used to exist but debris.

That is how we got the name,

“The green beating HEART of Shaw”.  

Thanks, Ralph Brabham