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Bradner Gardens Park

Colors at Their Best

Located in Bradner Gardens Park the P-Patch is surrounded by demonstration gardens, art elements and unique garden structures. The partnership of gardeners from the P-Patch, King County Master Gardener, Seattle Tilth and Washington Native Plant Society, who steward the park, is captured under the theme of urban agriculture and is symbolized by a 33 foot tall windmill. Bradner is one of 14 Seattle Parks designated pesticide free.

Bradner Gardens Park P-Patch boasts the best view in the city, and on a clear day you can see....downtown. A closer look at the garden reflects a view of the whole city too. There are heady, fragrant cilantro patches, scarlet peppers, rows of silky corn, occasional opium poppies, and frequent basketballs from the adjacent court. All reflecting Bradner Place P-Patch as a busy, culturally diverse neighborhood.

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. Take the I-5 South / I-90 East ramp towards Bellevue/Spokane
  2. Merge onto I-90 east and get into the right lane as soon as possible
  3. Take the Rainier Ave S exit, exit #3
  4. Turn Right on Rainier Ave S
  5. Turn Left at first light on S Massachusetts St
  6. Turn Right on Bradner Pl S
  7. Turn Left on S Grand St to P-Patch.



1750 S Bradner Pl
(29th Avenue S and S Grand Street) (Map)


Size: 14,330 sq ft
Established: 1987
Number of plots: 60
Plot Size: 100- 400 sq'
Average wait: 1 year
Ownership of land: Parks


Artistic elements

Demonstration Gardens

Solar outbuilding w/bathrooms, meeting room, and water collection system


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