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Immaculate

Immaculate P-Patch

Immaculate P-Patch, the brainchild of a neighbor John Jeannot, turned an unsafe, unused play yard into a community garden. Our garden was part of the Central Area Garden Tour two summers ago. Immaculate P-Patch fills a real role in the neighborhood, as many of our gardeners are renters who don't have garden space.

Directions

(Map)

From Downtown:

  1. Go east on Cherry St
  2. Turn Right on Boren Ave
  3. Turn Left on James St
  4. Continue on E James St
  5. Continue on E Cherry St
  6. Turn Left on 17th Ave
  7. Turn Right on E Columbia St
  8. P-Patch at 18th Ave & E Columbia

 

 
Address

18th Ave & E Columbia St (Map)

Details

Size: 1800 sq ft
Established: 1998
Plot Size:100 sq'
Number of plots: 14
Average wait: 2 years
Ownership of land: Private Leased

Features

Plots limited to 100 square feet

Herb beds

Bus Routes

4, 12

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