Happening now: Barton Street P-Patch Harvest Festival

October 21, 2012 at 2:36 pm | In Gardening, West Seattle news, Westwood | 2 Comments

One more hour to join the revelry at Barton Street P-Patch in Westwood, finishing its first full spring/summer season and still growing strong:

The Harvest Festival/Potluck is on till 3:30 pm. If you haven’t seen the garden yet, go check it out … this time last year, they were still in the midst of construction, and now, it’s down to the finishing touches.

If you followed the garden-design saga last year, you’ll recall the successful campaign to save the big tree in the background of that view. The garden’s at 34th and Barton, east of the 7/11 and biodiesel station, south/southeast of Tony’s Produce.

2 Comments

  1. I drove by yesterday – first time in a long time (I live over on Vashon Island) – what a beautiful space and productive garden! I remember when the proposal sign went up and it was just a grassy vacant lot. Nicely done, neighbors! (A geocache first brought my attention to the space a few years ago – I’ll have to look it up and see if it’s still active…)

    Comment by SudsyMaggie — 4:01 am October 22, 2012 #

  2. I’m not a part of this community, but every time I drive by I am amazed at how great it looks these days. What an awesome change from the empty lot.

    Comment by Jeff — 12:45 pm October 22, 2012 #

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