High Point Commons Garden

Address: S Graham St & 32nd Ave S


  • Seattle Housing Authority tenants

About The P-Patch

Number Of Plots: 46
Established: 2009
Size: 5,269 sq. ft.
Wait Time: 6-12 months

High Point Commons Garden

Common Park P-Patch was developed in 2010 to replace an existing garden during housing redevelopment and turn it to a mixed in-come housing at High Point.  This garden served both High Point low income residents and homeowners at least 48 households to access community gardening to grow organic cultural appropriate food and for a recreational social network and physical activity.  This unique garden is located in a park open space that managed by Open Space Association (OSA) very attractive to walking by people and to the walking dogs people.  The feature of this garden are path way is with wood chip, gather siting benches, sitting flower beds, common space for kids and adult.  Beautify tool shed for convenience tools access. 

A beautiful architectural designed bee hive enclosure that is visible through its plastic glasses built attached to this garden.  There is big common space by the bee hive enclose along with a sitting benches and bee information boards.  Bee enclosure have been provided bee educational purpose all people and the benefit of the bees are helping to cross pollinate for the garden crop to gain its productivity.