Danny Woo International District Community Gardens
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Danny Woo International District Community Gardens information
The Danny Woo International District Community Gardens is a 1.5-acre plot reserved for about 120 older and low-income International District residents, who grow a profusion of vegetables and fruit trees. Visitors can wander along the gravel paths and admire both the tidy gardens and the Seattle skyline, as well as good views of Elliott Bay. Unfortunately, while you take in the view you’ll have about 17 lanes of I-5 traffic right at your back.