About Us

‘Working with you to transform the living elements of your outdoor space’. Our company started as one guy making raised garden beds, and now has blossomed into much more. After returning from work on organic farms in the Kailua-Kona region of Hawaii, it seemed there was a need for a more sustainability in Cincinnati. So began Victory Gardens Cincy, LLC. After years of organic farming and landscape experience, we now perform all aspects of landscape and hardscape maintenance and renovation.

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During World War I, a severe food crisis emerged in Europe as agricultural workers were recruited into military service and farms were transformed into battlefields. As a result, the burden of feeding millions of starving people fell to the United States. In March of 1917, just weeks before the United States entered the war, Charles Lathrop Pack organized the National War Garden Commission to encourage Americans to contribute to the war effort by planting, fertilizing, harvesting and storing their own fruits and vegetables so that more food could be exported to our allies. Promoted through propaganda posters advocating that civilians “Sow the seeds of victory” by planting their own vegetables, the war garden movement (as it was originally known) was spread by word of mouth through numerous women’s clubs, civic associations and chambers of commerce, which actively encouraged participation in the campaign.

Throughout both world wars, the Victory Garden campaign served as a successful means of boosting morale, expressing patriotism, safeguarding against food shortages on the home front, and easing the burden on the commercial farmers working arduously to feed troops and civilians overseas. In 1942, roughly 15 million families planted victory gardens; by 1944, an estimated 20 million victory gardens produced roughly 8 million tons of food—which was the equivalent of more than 40 percent of all the fresh fruits and vegetables consumed in the United States. Although the government’s promotion of victory gardens ended with the war, a renaissance movement has sprouted up in recent years in support of self-sufficiency and eating seasonally to improve health through local, organic farming and sustainable agriculture.


We can do just about anything to meet your landscaping needs. Setting a goal, growing together, working with you to transform the living elements of your outdoor space.


Organic Gardening


Urban Farming

Raised Garden Beds

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