Gardening is the art of planting and growing all sorts of greenery; plants, vegetables, small trees, herbs and flowers. You can design and plant an entire garden, but the plants on your balcony or in your kitchen are also part of gardening. There is a lot to learn about cultivating vegetables, fruit, herbs and flowers.

The cold winter months are upon us again, the perfect time to prepare yourself for the coming garden season by learning now about different plants and gardening itself. Learn all about growing plants, vegetables, fruit, herbs and flowers, and what you can do to make your garden outside flourish. 
The lessons are held on the Campus Farm on the grounds of X. Here, three beds have been reserved for the course, giving you the perfect mix of theory and practical experience. The focus of the course is on cultivating edible plants and working as organically and sustainably as possible, i.e. without fertilizers and pesticides. You will learn the theory and put it into practice. In addition, you will learn about the life cycle of plants; from sowing to harvest. Last but not least, gardening helps you relax and discover many new tastes! 

The course starts on Tuesday 13 September. There is a high demand for this course, so be quick to enrol for one of the few places available.


Schedule & enrolment


Rutger Spoelstra

Rutger Spoelstra is an architect and permaculture designer. Permaculture is a design method for sustainable life, inspired by natural ecosystems. He is also involved with Groenkracht Delft. This foundation has provided several vegetable patches in the surroundings of Delft.

Please note! Currently all beds have been rented. Are you interested in gardening? Then take a look at our group course Gardening.

Do you like to be outdoors and are you interested in plants, flowers, vegetables and sustainability? Then renting a garden plot might be just the thing you are looking for! Whether you are an experienced gardener or a novice, you can be the lucky owner of a plot and part of our Campus Farm community.

If you’re new to gardening, don’t worry; we’ve got you covered with a crash course in sustainable gardening. This is included in the rent of your plot. If you still like to gain more knowledge after this crash course, you may also like to consider participating to our regular course in Gardening.

The garden plots
There are two options to choose from:
•    1/3 garden plot (1 by 1m)
•    A whole 3/3 garden plot (1 by 3m)

1/3 garden plot (1 by 1m)

A whole 3/3 garden plot (1 by 3m)


You need an X subscription and plot supplement to rent a garden plot. After your purchase you can use your plot from enrolment until 8 May 2022.

The  last plots are available now with 25% discount!

Students price:
•    1/3 garden plot: 30 euro (now 22,50,-)
•    A whole garden plot: 90 euro (now 67,50,-)

Employee price:
•    1/3 garden plot: 45 euro (now 33,75)
•    A whole garden plot: 135 euro (now 101,25,-)

Practical Information

You do not need to purchase your own garden tools since these are already available at no additional cost. If they are available you can also use our seeds.
Due to Corona measures you need to ‘book’ a timeslot to work in your own garden. In February we will let you know how this works. If you have any questions, please e-mail or ask them in the Facebook group.


Monday 07/03 & 04/04 (19:00 - 20:00)

The Campus Farm community has two weekly meet-ups to talk about gardening and the Campus Farm. You can give each other tips and feedback, work on the communal parts together and envision what the garden needs (and which steps to take) to flourish.

Open Campus Farm sessions Saturdays (10:00-13:00)
On Saturday’s there is a Campus Farm assistant present to guide you, but you can also give them your feedback for the Campus Farm.

Please let us know if you’re able to join the upcoming Meet-up by sending an e-mail to Thanks in advance!


The Meet-ups and Open Campus Farm sessions are part of the X subscription.

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