Libraries are a central place for community engagement. On a university campus students come to the library to meet and study or socialize. Faculty, students, and off-campus community members attend lectures, exhibits or other events at the library. Community gardening can be an effective way to build community. These kinds of gardens, where vegetables, herbs and even flowers are grown in a shared space, are a well-established phenomenon at k-12 schools and more recently on college and university campuses. This poster explores the role librarians can play in developing community gardens at the library and the benefits such an effort can have. It describes a vegetable/herb container gardening project at the University of Arizona Libraries, developed in cooperation with the U# Students for Sustainability Club.