The Gardens at Gantz is located at 2255 Home Road in Gantz Park. Situated alongside the historic Gantz farmhouse, the gardens provide a unique look at horticulture throughout time. Park staff and volunteers have developed three main gardens to demonstrate a wide range of gardening styles: The Garden of Yesterday, The Garden of Today and the Garden of Tomorrow.
Download the Gardens at Gantz Farm, Self-Guided Tour brochure.
In addition to the herb gardens, the Gardens at Gantz staff members organize educational workshops, an annual herb sale and gardening-related activities.
The youth Garden Sprouts gardening group meets in the Farmhouse and tends their own gardens each year.
Engraved pavers at the Gardens at Gantz Farm are a unique and thoughtful gift to commemorate special people and occasions. Paver contributions enhance the beauty of the park, and all proceeds benefit future garden improvements.
Download the Gardens at Gantz Engraved Paver Program form.
Giving a commemorative tree or bench as a gift for a colleague or loved one is a way to help enhance the Grove City community for years to come. The beauty and comfort of a tree has lasting value and benches provide places of contemplation to honor a loved one. Commemorative tree and bench donations will be placed in Fryer Park, Gantz Park, Windsor Park, Henceroth Park and other areas as they develop.
Download the Commemorative Tree and Bench Donation brochure.
The Gantz labyrinth, constructed in 2010, is surrounded by an herbal grove including American Beech, Sweet Bay Magnolia and Sassafras.
- Labyrinths are ancient meditation tools used throughout the world for more than 4,000 years. Unlike a maze, the circular paths have one entrance point that leads to its center with no dead-ends.
Gardens at Gantz Volunteers
Whether you’re a veteran gardener or just appreciate the scent of a fragrant herb, you will find something of interest as a Gardens at Gantz volunteer.
- The volunteers, an independent and non-profit organization, have supported the Gardens at Gantz Farm since 1991 through education, fundraising and charitable efforts in Grove City and nearby communities.
- For information, follow the Gardens at Gantz Farm Volunteers Facebook page and download a brochure/registration form or call 614-871-6323.