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Queen Pea

Queen Pea

Queen Pea Community Garden’s sandstone border surrounds 34 plots in Trolley Hill Park. A cedar-shake bungalow tool shed displays a stained glass window. Garden plots have stunning views of Mt. Rainier. Picnic tables and benches surrounding perennial beds provide opportunities to watch bees dine on lavender. A trailhead on the southern park border leads to MacLean Park.

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. Go North on 4th Ave
  2. Bear Right on 4th Ave N
  3. Bear Right on Broad St
  4. Bear Left on 5th Ave N
  5. Turn Right on Roy St
  6. Turn Left on Taylor Ave N (which becomes 5th Ave North near the top of the hill)
  7. Continue on 5th Ave N until it bends to the left then back to the right. At this point you are at Trolley Hill Park, the entry to the P-Patch



5th Ave N & Howe St


Size: 4000 sq ft
Established: 2002
Number of plots: 32
Plot Size: 100 sq'
Average wait: 4 years
Ownership of land: Seattle Parks and Recreation


10 x 10 plots only

Sandstone entry

Views of Mt. Rainer

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