Please join us on Saturday, July 13th from 10:00am-2:00pm to dedicate and celebrate several exciting new garden features! Thanks to a grant from the Master Gardener Foundation of King County, our new multi-language signage and Discover-Your-Garden interactive exploration activity has been created and installed, welcoming all garden visitors in 10 different local languages. Thanks to generous 2018 GivingTuesday donors, our new Columnar Oak Tree and Sunflower Forest has now been planted. The celebration will include tasty refreshments, a free Family Garden Class and other garden and nature activities, and we hope to see you there!

Thanks to 2018 GivingTuesday donors!

Thanks to everyone who donated on GivingTuesday last Nov. 28th!  Your donations, plus the challenge bonus from the Seattle Parks Foundation, have been used to add two brand new features to the garden: a beautiful Columnar Oak Tree planted at the top of the Lookout Hill, and a “Sunflower Forest” planted on the hillside, both in honor of former CG Committee member Barbara Hainley. We are forever grateful for your generosity, and hope you will come help us dedicate and celebrate these new garden features and our new multi-language signage on Saturday July 13th from 10:00am-2:00pm!

Upcoming Events

  • June 21, 2019Gates Foundation Day of Caring stewardship event
  • June 22, 2019 10:00 amFREE Daytime Nature Walk in the Magnuson Wetlands!
  • July 13, 2019 10:00 amDedication Celebration for our new multi-language signage and more!
  • July 13, 2019 11:00 amFREE Family Garden Class!
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Thanks to all 2019 GiveBig donors!

Thanks to all who donated to the garden on GiveBIG Day, May 8th! Our total donations were $282.00, and we earned a $600.00 challenge award from Seattle Parks Foundation for having 6 new donors! These funds will get us started on three important 2019 garden goals: having our cracked and fading Interpretive sign and Salmon Survival Path sign refurbished (see photo above), and adding new wayfinding signs in the Magnuson playground and at the NE 74th St. crosswalk that point the way to the garden!