High Point Commons Garden

Address: SW Graham St & 32nd Ave SW

Features

  • 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
High Point Commons Garden P-Patch was developed in 2010 to replace an existing garden during housing redevelopment. The garden serves both High Point low-income residents and homeowners in the neighborhood. It provides at least 46 households access to community gardening to grow organic, culturally appropriate food and to engage in a recreational social network and physical activity. 

This unique garden is located in a park open space managed by Open Space Association (OSA). Features of this garden include a woodchip pathway, benches, flower beds, and common space for kids and adults. 

The West Seattle Bee Garden is part of the P-Patch garden site at the north end of High Point Commons Park. A beautiful, architecturally designed beehive enclosure is visible through its transparent exterior. There is a large common space by the beehive enclosure with benches and bee information boards. Along with educating garden-goers, the bee garden installation has introduced bees to the P-Patch that cross-pollinate the garden crop.

Get Involved!
If you are interested in designing, building, or gardening in this P-Patch or another P-Patch, find out more about the P-Patch sign-up process here. To sign up as a P-Patch participant, call 206-684-0264, email p-patch.don@seattle.gov, or sign up online.