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Haller Lake

Haller Lake P-Patch

Winner of three awards at 2002's Harvest Banquet, Haller Lake P-Patch draws community garden fans and neighbors out for a walk. Its unique design features diagonal paths leading from the inviting entrance arbors to the covered community area, large garden shed, and solar-powered fountain. A spectacular dahlia hedge and espaliered fruit trees form two borders. Herb, butterfly, and children's gardens are additional attractions.

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 I-5 North
  2. Take the NE 130th St exit towards Roosevelt Way, exit #174
  3. Continue on 5th Ave NE
  4. Turn Left on NE 130th St
  5. Turn Right on 1st Ave NE to P-Patch



13045 1st Ave NE (Map)


Size:12,500 sq ft
Established: 1998
Number of plots: 37
Plot Size: 100-200 sq'
Average wait: 1 years
Ownership of land: Private Leased


10 x 10 plots only

Butterfly Habitat

Bee Hive

Bus Routes

315, 317


Gardener Blogs about trip to Italy

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