bellevue garden club

Beautifying Bellevue

19th Annual

Garden Walk 2019

July 13th 4-8 pm and July 14th 11 am-3 pm
Rain or Shine

Every summer the Bellevue Garden Club celebrates the beautiful gardens of Bellevue by sponsoring the Bellevue Garden Walk.  Through the generosity of the homeowner hosts, visitors can view beautiful and innovative landscaping of local homes.  The home of the garden walk not only serve as a tribute to talented gardeners in our community, but also inspire new garden-lovers and further the club's goal of beautifying Bellevue.  The garden walk is the major fund-raising activity of the garden club.

$10 Donation, Pre-Sale Tickets will be available at BPS Lied Center, Bellevue Leader, Trees, Shrubs & More,Canoyer Garden Center or at each home the day of walk.  Proceeds will go to help beautify Bellevue Through Landscaping at:  Habitat for Humanity home, Welcome to Bellevue Signs and Sarpy County Museum.  Refreshments will be available at each home. Maps available at each home. Please no pets.

Featured Homes

2010 Grandview Avenue  Derek & Melissa Bees.  This yard features natural plants that provide food and medicine for people, butterflies, bees, and animals.  You will see nettles, dandelions, violets, lambs quarters, and clovers.

4309 Amos Gates Drive  Dwight & Susan Beaton  Mature maples provide a shady canopy for this woodland garden with over 200 hostas, astilbes, coral bells, ferns, hydrangeas, clematis, pachysandra, and grasses.

4409 Anchor Mill Drive  Jim Frampton  Brick walkways lead you to an arber that is the entrance to a lovely garden of hostas, ferns, and astibles,  You'll find a fishpond with waterfall, antique lamps and statues,

10915 S 18th Street  Deborah Larson  A passion for gardening is at the heart of this yard.  The front is decorated with angels, flower pots and a bird bath, the back with re-purposed antiques and a street light.

2301 Willow Circle  Don & Laurel Wheeler  This peaceful yard offers 29 mature trees, a large fountain turned into a stunning flower feature, marble tables, seating and statues from the "Original Mister C's Restaurant".

2317 Georgetown Place  Geoff & Christina Merrill  As you enter this garden you are greeted by a beautiful waterfall surrounded by flowers and a reflection bench while the vestibule of the home offers a paver patio.

2607 Sheridan Road  Carol Umberger  This garden features curved landscaping leading to many flower beds that offer color throughout the spring, summer and fall; hostas, daylilies, irises, roses, and annuals.

12505 S 40th Street  Eastern NE Veterans Home  The site of the largest series of retrofit rain gardens in the state of Nebraska.  There are ten gardens on the 24 acre campus; a heart-shaped garden is filled with a variety of purple flowers and a golden lily border to resemble the Purple Hear Award.