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Gemüsegärten der Brenner Felsach’schen Gutsverwaltung

Selbsterntegärten (Vegetable garden for self harvesting)

Naturals, who want to discover a new hobby and people who want to be responsible for their own vegetables, are invited to garden at the Brenner Felsach’sche Gutsverwaltung. At the two locations in the 23rd district, parcels for couples, small families or shared flats á 40 m² are offered, as well as 80 m² parcels for large families or vegetarian or vegan families. About two thrids of the parcel area is already cultivated with vegetables, when the tenant takes over. Tenants can plant the rest of the plot, individual. In May young plants of tomato, celery and pepper can be obtained from Brenner Felsach’sche Gutsverwaltung. A watering system and large garden tools are available on site.

Selbsternte Carlbergergasse

  • Address: Carlbergergasse 64, 1230 Wien
  • Sponsoring Organization: Brenner Felsach’sche Gutsverwaltung
  • Size and Price:
    • 40 m²: € 190,-
    • 80 m²: € 270,-
  • Responsibility of the supervisor:
    • Soil cultivation (shredding, plowing, harrowing) & fertilizing
    • Planting and seeding
    • Automatic irrigation system
    • Provide various garden tools (hoe, spade, wheelbarrow, watering can)
  • Harvest/Use Time: Mid-May until October 26, delivery of seedlings in mid/late May
  • Cultivated Varieties: bush beans, radishes, lettuce, red beets, chard, cucumber, dill, parsley, spinach, carrots, peas, parsnips, zucchini, Hokkaido-squash, tomatoes, peppers, celery, sweet corn, soybeans, chickpeas. Others for open land: tomatoes, peppers, celery.
  • Events, offers, and other info:
    • Informational events
    • Seedlings for individual plots
  • Contact Information:

Selbsternte Kletzergasse/Siebenhirten

  • Address: Ketzergasse 133, 1230 Wien
  • Sponsoring Organization: Brenner Felsach’sche Gutsverwaltung
  • Size and Price:
    • 40 m²: € 190,-
    • 80 m²: € 270,-
  • Responsibility of the supervisor:
    • Soil cultivation (shredding, plowing, harrowing) & fertilizing
    • Planting and seeding
    • Automatic irrigation system
    • Provide various garden tools (hoe, spade, wheelbarrow, watering can)
  • Harvest/Use Time: Mid-May until October 26, delivery of seedlings in mid/late May
  • Cultivated Varieties: beans, radishes, lettuce, red beets, chard, cucumber, dill, parsley, spinach, carrots, peas, parsnips, zucchini, Hokkaido-squash, soybeans, chickpeas, sweet corn. Others for open land: tomatoes, peppers, celery.
  • Events, offers, and other info:
    • Informational events
    • Seedlings for individual plots
  • Contact Information: