Grow-Off, Show-Off Kitchen Garden Contest Winners

This year’s Grow-Off, Show-Off kitchen garden winners work hard promoting nutrition and building vibrant communities. Discover an international selection of the best kitchen gardens around.



Gramales
Grand Prize tie, the Gramales Scholastic Center in Gualococti, Morazan, El Salvador.
Photo courtesy Louise Liller
Connecticut
Vegetables from the kitchen garden of second prize winner Jennifer Hill; Danbury, Conn.
Photo courtesy Jennifer Hill
Nepal
The two women shown are working in their new cauliflower field, part of the Gargy Shiksha Sadan program in Kathmandu, Nepal; Grand Prize tie.
Photo courtesy Sumitra Pande
California
Neighbors love to visit third prize winner Christopher Brandow’s front yard vegetable garden; Pasadena, Calif.
Photo courtesy Christopher Brandow
Adelaide
Fourth prize winner, The Hills and Plains Seed Savers — “Broccoli Dundee” — in Adelaide, South Australia.
Photo courtesy Kate Flint
Arizona
Fifth prize winner, the Children’s Garden at Kachina Country Day School in Paradise Valley, Ariz.
Photo courtesy Cristie Kline











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