The garden is located at 12001 Main Street, Bellevue, Washington. The park is open daily from dawn to dusk; admission is free. Bus routes 271 and 921 have a stop at SE 1st and 116th NE. From the bus stop the Garden is a half mile walk uphill. Blue and white city signs point the way to the Garden. Bus routes 271 and 921 have a stop at SE 1st and 116th NE. From where you get off the bus the Garden is a half mile walk uphill. Blue and white city signs point the way to the Garden. Bus routes 230 and 253 stop at NE 8th and 124th NE. From there the Garden is .7 mile away; the walk is level until the last block. Walk south on 124th NE. Keep walking as the road takes a 90 degree turn to the west becoming Main Street. >From that point the Garden is on the left in .2 mile. (Commuter buses 261 and 272 also stop at NE 8th and 124th NE, but check times.). Click for the latest information.
Friday through Sunday the convention center was transformed into a home and garden paradise, with displays and demos taking over thousands of square feet. Experts were on hand to help show goers with home building, remodeling, landscaping and gardening questions.
T-L Photos/SHELLEY HANSONMARTINS FERRY Councilman James Schramm holds up a tomato he picked at the Community Garden on Zane Highway. Cherry tomatoes are also some of the produce ready for harvest.
We’ve really enjoyed hearing how our fellow garden aficionados deal with deer and other four legged invaders, so if you haven’t joined in the conversation on , please drop in for a visit!