Help support BELL Garden

There are many ways you can help support the garden, including volunteering and making a donation.

Come learn with us!

We have fun gardening days and educational opportunities going on throughout the growing season!

How does your garden grow?

Tips and techniques for getting the most out of your garden with recommendations from our staff horticulturalist.

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BELL Garden has a Mission…

Edible schoolyards teach gardening skills

Edible schoolyards teach gardening skills to both students and adults in fun way that promotes physical activity and good nutrition!

The BELL Garden exists to cultivate, guide, and encourage shared community values of healthy living and lifelong learning.  We support this mission by providing practical learning opportunities for residents of the community in a setting that promotes physical activity, healthy eating, environmental stewardship, and multi-cultural connections for all generations.

Current initiatives include classroom interaction & hands on lessons in the garden, community events, garden workdays, an after school garden program, and produce tastings. We are committed to sharing our harvest with the entire community, including those in need.

Click here to read more about BELL Garden’s Edible Schoolyard.


Community is an important part of the Bell Garden! Join us as we prepare the garden for the current growing season. The garden serves as teaching and learning lab for volunteers, students of Bellevue Middle Prep, and our community!

The garden runs on volunteer power, no experience is necessary. Feel free to come just to learn more about gardening, or share your experience.

As a volunteer, you will help:

Sow and harvest plants as needed
Water and weed existing garden rows
Prepare garden beds for planting
Work in our greenhouse
Tend our chicken flock
Canning/ Preserving

Please wear closed toed shoes/boots and clothes you don't mind getting dirty. We will also have all the tools you need.

Most importantly: bring a water bottle, hydration is vital!

About the Bell Garden:
The garden serves as a learning space for students, volunteers, and the community to grow food; learn about healthy eating choices; and gain an understanding of food access in our community.

Please RSVP for events at this link and receive emails in the event of poor weather and cancellations:

www.hon.org/search?sort_c=&sort_o=&opportunity_id=&searchvo_serve_with_this_org=Bellevue%20Edible...
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Seasonal Garden Prep

November 25, 2017, 9:30am - December 16, 2017, 12:00pm

Community is an important part of the Bell Garden! Join us as we prepare the garden for the current growing season. The garden serves as teaching and learning lab for volunteers, students of Bellevue Middle Prep, and our community! The garden runs on volunteer power, no experience is necessary. Feel free to come just to learn more about gardening, or share your experience. As a volunteer, you will help: Sow and harvest plants as needed Water and weed existing garden rows Prepare garden beds for planting Work in our greenhouse Tend our chicken flock Canning/ Preserving Please wear closed toed shoes/boots and clothes you don't mind getting dirty. We will also have all the tools you need. Most importantly: bring a water bottle, hydration is vital! About the Bell Garden: The garden serves as a learning space for students, volunteers, and the community to grow food; learn about healthy eating choices; and gain an understanding of food access in our community. Please RSVP for events at this link and receive emails in the event of poor weather and cancellations: www.hon.org/search?sort_c=&sort_o=&opportunity_id=&searchvo_serve_with_this_org=Bellevue%20Edible...

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Hey Nashville!

After a great year of growing and learning, the Bell Garden is taking a hiatus on its activities. All volunteer opportunities will be cancelled until November 23! Our garden manager, Evan Bundy is on vacation in Germany!

We hope you all have a happy and not too spooky Halloween. Thank you all for volunteering your time.
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