White Center Heights Park was a pretty place to spend the afternoon planting. The damp forest edge has nicely growing native plantings which we added to with a smattering of native understory species.
Many muddy boots enjoyed the little creek network and some planting holes became quickly flooded with winter wetness, which salmonberries / Rubus spectabilis enjoys.
King County Parks maintains it, as White Center is still unincorporated. It has a charming assortment of features including a covered area, grass expanse with hill, edible beds, paving, paths and sculpture, plus a handsome bridge and pond.
We will keep this park in regular rotation, as it's always a pleasure to work here. You can peruse our past events there by clicking here.