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Pelican Tea Garden

Pelican Tea Garden

Hidden away in an alley among apartment buildings, Pelican Tea Garden is small in area and high in quiet potential. The site is tended communally by a small group of dedicated, adventurous gardeners. Come see our freshly-painted periwinkle-blue fences, little cherry tree, and this season’s crops. Neighborhood residents contribute bits of art, rock sculptures, or poetry in exchange for a soothing hang-out for an afternoon break or an evening stroll.



From Downtown:

  1. Go East on Madison St
  2. Turn left on 19th Ave E
  3. Continue on 19th Ave E to P-Patch behind Kingfish Cafe



1909 E Roy St
(Alley behind 19th Ave E. and E. Mercer/E. Roy Streets) (Map)


Size: 1000 sq ft
Established: 2001
Number of plots: Collective only, no individual plots
Average wait: 1 year
Ownership of land: Seattle Transporation


No individual plots available-communal gardening only

Bus Routes

4, 12



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