Community Gardens are a great way to grow your own food, and build community across cultures! Check out this feature video of Long Beach Organic (LBO), the organization behind 9 of Long Beach’s community gardens, and find one in your neighborhood below.
Provided by the Office of Sustainability
Central and Downtown LB
LBO – Seventh and Chestnut Community Garden*
348 West 7th St.| 562 438 9000 | email@example.com
Children’s Gateway Garden at Cesar Chavez Park
Communal, open, ADA-accessible garden with no membership structure.
Residents invited to plant and harvest at will.
401 Golden Ave, by the Community Center
1st and Elm Community Garden*
417 E. 1st St. | (562) 591-5274
North LB Community Garden
6895 Myrtle Ave. | (562) 630-5829
Growing Experience Garden
750 Via Carmelitos
LBO – Top of the Town Garden
6751 Atlantic Ave. | 562 438 9000 | firstname.lastname@example.org
LBO – Grace Park Garden
Plymouth St. & Elm Ave. | 562 438 9000 | email@example.com
LBO – Three Sisters Community Garden
14th St. and Gladys Ave | 562 246 6181
Long Beach Community Garden Association*
7600 E. Spring St. | (562) 598-4076
LBO – Zaferia Junction Garden*
3709 10th St | 562 438 9000 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Grow Beach University Garden
Private garden plots for CSULB students
5700 E Atherton St | email@example.com
VA Medical Center Patients’ Garden
Private garden for VA patients
5901 E 7th St | 562 388 8000
LBO – Mary Molina Garden
1640 W. 20th St.| 562 438 9000 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Hill St. and Webster Ave. | 562-426-9887
Veterans Garden at Villages at Cabrillo
Private gardens for residents
2075 San Gabriel Ave. | (562) 388-8016
Don’t see one with available space near you?
Work with Long Beach City to start one of your own!
*Starred gardens are known to have a significant waiting list, but may be able to add soon if you live very close.