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Greenwood Station

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Greenwood Station P-Patch

Greenwood Station P-Patch went from a dream to a reality in Greenwood Park, after several years of planning by volunteers, under the aegis of Vision Greenwood Park, consisting of volunteers who gathered to help plan a revised version of the park including a several new contiguous plots to the original design. 

Along with the Garden, 2012 saw the creation of the Sports Court across form the King County N Seattle Boys and Girls Club as well, thanks to assistance from many local donors as well as various grants from the City and County.

Greenwood Station P-Patch, location at the end of the original Inter Urban Trolley Line, has 42 garden plots, some deliberately dedicated to the Greenwood Food Bank and some for the Greenwood Senior Center, which provides hot lunches to local seniors. We also have a strawberry plot and an herb plot that anyone may uses, and a pollinator sidewalk strip on the City Right-Of-Way as well as in the garden along the S fence. We have an Art fence and entry gate, with transportation as a theme, along the Fremont Ave Side. On the South side of the garden we have a double hog wire fence with branch debris inside, making an effective shield between the neighboring lot and the garden.


The Garden is Located in Greenwood Park, at the intersection of N 89th Street and is on Fremont Ave N. the City of Seattle Department of Neighborhoods, and the Parks {Parks Department were heavily invested in the outcomes of the 4+ years of planning that included community meetings, two surveys (one in two languages) and various fundraisers.

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. I-5 North
  2. Take exit 172 for 85th Street N toward Aurora Avenue N
  3. Merge onto N 85th St
  4. Turn right onto Fremont Ave N
  5. Fremont Ave N & N 89th St


Fremont Ave. N. and N. 89th St.


Size: 5500 sq ft.
Established: 2012
Number of plots:34
Plot Size: 100 sq ft. raised beds 45 sq ft..
Average wait: 1 year
Ownership of land: Parks Department


Year round gardening Includes 8 accessible raised beds

Bus Routes

Bus: 355, 15, 358, 48


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