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Bradner Gardens Park

Address: 1750 Bradner Pl S

Features

  • Accessible Raised Beds
  • Bathroom
  • Children's Play area
  • Demonstration Gardens
  • Giving Garden(s)
  • Honeybee
  • Meeting Space indoor
  • Meeting Space outdoor (with seating and cover)
  • Orchard
  • Public Art
  • Water Catchment

About The P-Patch

Number Of Plots: 60
Established: 1987
Size: 14,330 sq. ft.
Wait Time: 0-6 months

Colors at Their Best
Located in Bradner Gardens Park the P-Patch is surrounded by demonstration gardens, art elements, and unique garden structures. The partnership of gardeners who steward the park, from the P-Patch, Master Gardener Foundation of King County, Seattle Tilth, and Washington Native Plant Society, is captured under the theme of urban agriculture and is symbolized by a 33 foot tall windmill. Bradner is one of 14 Seattle Parks designated pesticide free.

Bradner Gardens Park P-Patch boasts the best view in the city, and on a clear day you can see....downtown. A closer look at the garden reflects a view of the whole city too. There are heady, fragrant cilantro patches, scarlet peppers, rows of silky corn, occasional opium poppies, and frequent basketballs from the adjacent court. All reflecting Bradner Place as a busy, culturally diverse neighborhood.

Get Involved!
If you are interested in designing, building, or gardening in this or any other 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.

Neighborhoods

Sarah Morningstar, Acting Director
Address: 600 4th Avenue, 4th Floor, Seattle, WA , 98104
Mailing Address: PO Box 94649, Seattle, WA, 98124-4649
Phone: (206) 684-0464
Fax: (206) 233-5142
seattleneighborhoods@seattle.gov

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