Community Garden

The 2022 growing season for The Bellevue Hospital’s (TBH) Community Garden has come to an end, but it was a very successful year! Over 635 lbs. of produce was harvested from the garden and donated to local charities.

In its 11th year, the Community Garden project is a co-partnership between TBH and the City of Bellevue. All produce grown in the garden is donated to Bellevue Fish and Loaves, Clyde Backdoor Food Pantry and God's Caring Ministries to help feed the hungry in local communities.

With the help of several volunteers and Master Gardners, over nearly five tons of produce has been grown and donated over the past ten years. A wide variety of fruits and vegetables have been grown in the garden over the last several years including green beans, wax beans, onions, asparagus, sweet potatoes, popcorn, squash, cucumbers, rhubarb, cabbage, peppers, okra, eggplant, carrots, strawberries, a variety of lettuce and greens and an array of herbs. 

If you are interested in learning more about ways to support the Community Garden project at The Bellevue Hospital, visit


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