Linden Orchard Park

Fruit trees border a patch of grass and a P-Patch garden at the bottom of the Phinney Ridge hill. Purchased in 2001 by Seattle Parks, the property that became Linden Orchard Park had been a vacant and unused orchard for over 50 years and was covered in ivy, morning glories, and Himalayan blackberries. Over the next two years, the neighborhood worked to remove the invasive plants, built a community garden and restored the apple trees lining the park. Today, the P-Patch is home to 25 garden plots and a cob tool shed - the first cob building in Seattle. 

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Seattle Department of Neighborhoods - Linden Orchard Park