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Cascade Community Gardens

The Cascade P-Patch includes innovative items: rain collection, children’s play features, giving garden, and cob bench. Check out the great garden blog. Adjacent to the P-Patch is the “Garden of Happiness”, another community based project with a native plant focus.



From Downtown:

  1. Go north on 4th Ave
  2. Turn Right on Virginia St
  3. Bear Left on Fairview Ave
  4. Continue on Fairview Ave N
  5. Turn Right on Thomas St
  6. P-Patch at the corner of Thomas Street and Minor Ave N


310 Minor Ave N
(Thomas Street and Minor Ave N) (Map)


Size: 7000 sq ft
Established: 1996
Number of plots: 57
Plot Size: 100-150 sq'
Average wait: 1 1/2 years
Ownership of land: Seattle Parks and Recreation


water Collection system
Large Giving Garden

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Paul Dorpat's blog, p-patch's connection to a neighborhoods history

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