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Thyme Patch Park

“Thyme Patch Park” is a tiny jewel of a park nestled in a west Ballard neighborhood. Half of the park houses one of Seattle's newest P-Patches, while the front half contains Master Gardener demonstration gardens, for use in classes and clinics. Multiple uses in a small neighborhood park.

If you are interested in the potential of gardening here get on the Interest List, you can do that by clicking here.



From Downtown:

  1. Go East on Cherry
  2. Make a left on 4th Avenue
  3. Turn left on Denny Way
  4. Bear right onto Western Avenue West
  5. Continue on Elliott Ave W
  6. Continue on 15th Ave W
  7. Turn left on NW 65th
  8. Turn left on 28th Ave NW
  9. Turn right on NW 58th St
  10. P-patch on the left before you get to 30th Ave NW



2855 NW 58th St
(30th NW & NW 58th) (Map)


Size: 4,800 sq ft
Established: 2003
Number of plots: 14
Plot Size: 100 sq'
Average wait: 3 years
Ownership of land: City of Seattle Parks Department


Part of Thyme Patch Park

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