Rooftop Farm & Bee Sanctuary
Manhattan, NYC

Urban Rooftop Farms

Located in the heart of NYC’s West Village, amidst the hustle and bustle streets and skyscrapers of Manhattan, Virginia Davies and Livie are growing a rooftop Potager lined with peach trees, strawberries, tomatoes, squash, cucumbers, beans and even a watermelon thanks to the help of expert and agriculturist Leonard Hagg. Together, they are planting the seeds of a sustainable future.
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We have the tools

We have ability to create the unique landscape design for each our client.

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15 years of experience

We guarantee you will be satisfied with every small detail of your landscape.

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Unique design

If you want beautiful, unique and comfortable design, this is the spot for you.

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Personal online shop

In our online shop you can find everything what you need for your garden.

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Individual approach

Collaboration with clients is the key to creating a functional and unique design.

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Green guarantee

We guarantee that your plants will be in perfect condition for many years.

What Makes Us Different

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Our approach is to design landscapes that are created to last for generations.

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Built with Community in mind

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Bee pollination is a vital factor of plant fertilization.

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  • Virginia Davies tending to her plants
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  • Pees that were grown in Urban Rooftop Farm
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  • Strawberries that were grown at Urban Rooftop Farm
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  • Pees that were grown at Urban Rooftop Farm
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  • Bench on Urban Rooftop Farms, rooftop
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Meet Virginia Davies

OWNER, FOUNDER, ARCHITECTURE & DESIGNER
Virginia Davies is planting the seeds for the next generation of urban dwellers and expanding the vision for rooftop permaculture in NYC, beginning with her four and a half year old granddaughter, Livie. What began as an adventure in gardening, a farm to table education and family bonding time is blossoming into a hope for a more sustainable future, a mission to inspire the next wave of rooftop farming and community building in NYC.
It is one of her core beliefs that children today need to understand food, they need to be connected to the earth and as they become urban dwellers which is why she started her farm with her four and a half year old granddaughter.

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