COVID-19 Update: Most City facilities opened in August 2021 for public in-person services. Community members are encouraged to use remote options to access City services. More information can be found throughout the website and by visiting this page:
Join a Community Garden!
Get to know your neighbors as you grow your own organic fruits and vegetables. Community gardens or pea patches are a great way to build community within our neighborhoods. The City of Kirkland has 3 Community Gardens with a total of 103 garden/pea patch plots. Plot assignment is on a first-come, first-served basis. Priority will go to returning gardeners in good standing. All new gardeners will need to sign up for our Waitlist.
Join our 2022 Pea Patch Waitlist if you're interested in securing a plot for the 2022 Gardening Season. The waitlist will open at midnight PST on January 1, 2022.
Register for the 2022 Community Gardening Waitlist
The gardening season occurs annually from March 1st - November 1st and has a seasonal fee of $55.
Printable Pea-Patch-Guidelines.pdf(PDF, 167KB)
Printable Community-Gardening-Important-Dates.pdf(PDF, 203KB)
Introduction to Organic Gardening(PDF, 377KB) compiled by Ray Schutte
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