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P-Patch Community Gardens

Ida Mia Garden


One of the P-Patch Programs smallest gardens, Ida Mia is a hidden garden in Madison Valley. It is a special little garden built in the honor of the property owners daughter. Community comes to garden here and can only be found if one enters the alley at Lk Washington Blvd. and Madison. It is worth the exploration to find, come visit.

Directions

(Map)

From Downtown:

  1. Take Madison St going east
  2. Madison St turns into E Madison St
  3. Turn Right on Lake Washington Blvd E
  4. Turn Left at first street to an alley behind the video store on Madison.

 
Address

Alley near E Madison St & Lake Washington Blvd E (Map)

Details

Size: 1,600 square feet
Established: 1994
Number of plots:7
Plot Size: 100 sq'
Average wait: 2 1/2 yrs
Ownership of land: Private

Features

Plots limited to 100 square feet

Bus Routes

11

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