Contribute What type of item do you want to contribute? Select Below Garden Your Story Garden NameA name given to the resourceGarden Story We strongly recommend writing your story in a word processing program and saving a copy for your records before submitting it, just in case! Not sure what to share? Here are some ideas.An account of the resourceGarden or organization website address If applicable, enter the website URL for the garden or the organization that maintains the garden. At this time we cannot link to commercial websites or personal blogs that are not related to a specific garden.Website for the garden.Is this garden public or private? When submitting a story about a residential garden, please be sure to identify the garden as “private,” not “public.”Public or private status of the garden Select Below Public Private Is this story affiliated with one of our Content Partner organizations?The spatial or temporal topic of the resource, the spatial applicability of the resource, or the jurisdiction under which the resource is relevant Select Below No Smithsonian Gardens Upload Files Please upload up to 10 image or audio files that enrich your story. The maximum total file size is 7 MB. Please do not upload very large files, this could result in the loss of your story. If you are not sure of the size of your files or would like to share a video or larger audio/image files, please email the files directly to email@example.com. Upload a fileUpload a file (Optional)Upload a file (Optional)Upload a file (Optional)Upload a file (Optional)Upload a file (Optional)Upload a file (Optional)Upload a file (Optional)Upload a file (Optional)Upload a file (Optional)Upload Additional Files + About You Email (Required) Garden Location If your story is about a publicly-accessible garden, please enter the full street address.Note for Private Gardens: If your story is about a private garden, please enter only the neighborhood, city, and state. For example, "Woodley Park, Washington, D.C." Or, if you do not feel comfortable including the neighborhood, just the city and state. Do not include the street address. On the Community of Gardens map, private gardens are protected by the "zoom" function. At the city level, the residential garden pins will "disappear," only leaving the public gardens identified at the street level. Find A Geographic Location For The Garden: Find Publish my contribution on the web. Contribute anonymously. I am over the age of 18 and have read and agree to the Submission Agreement. Or, I am an educator submitting work produced by my students and I have read and agreed to the Submission Agreement and have collected the parent/guardian consent forms for my own records that allow my students to participate in this project. Questions or problems? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.