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Bradner Gardens Park

Visit Seattle Tilth's community learning garden in Seattle's Mt. Baker neighborhood.

Built in 2000,  Bradner Gardens Park is a unique collaborative partnership between City of Seattle Parks Department, Tilth Alliance, Washington Native Plant Society, King County Master Gardeners, P-Patch and neighborhood residents. All of the park's demonstrations are maintained by volunteers and are 100% organic. 

The Tilth Alliance part of the garden showcases year-round vegetable gardening, raised beds, plants that attract beneficial insects, swale gardening, soil building techniques, and water-wise drip irrigation. The garden also has a bounty of art, creative arbors, a unique and beautiful pavilion, and a prominent wind vane.

Volunteer Opportunities & Internships

The Bradner Gardens Park learning garden volunteer opportunities will begin in the spring. Sign up online to volunteer or contact Carey Thornton to learn more about joining the crew!

Learn more about our other Volunteer and Internship positions providing hands-on learning.


Take a look at classes offered in SE Seattle.


This garden is in the Mt. Baker neighborhood, 1730 Bradner Place S, Seattle 98144.
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Bradner Gardens Park

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