PETAL POWER: Adopt a flower basket along California Ave
Join your community by adopting one of the beautiful flower baskets that line California Avenue in the Junction. Each basket is filled to overflowing with beautiful seasonal flowers that shows a real love for nature.
For a $149 donation (you can purchase more than one basket) your flower basket will show the neighborhood your support for West Seattle. Your basket is professionally planted and designed by City Planters. The Junction Association will take care of watering and maintaining your basket.
Your basket will be completed with a name plate affixed to the historic light pole showing who adopted the basket. You may have the name plate in your name, for a gift (fun for an anniversary or birthday), or in memory.
Bring guests and family members to show your support of the neighborhood. The baskets are hung May through September from the historic light poles lining California Avenue.
Complete the online form below, or click on the Adopt-a-Basket Form_2018 to print and mail to:
West Seattle Junction 4210 SW Oregon St, Suite A, Seattle WA 98116
PETAL POWER: Adoptions are now open for the 2018 baskets!
THANK YOU to these adopters:
Kellums and Stafies
Clint James and Ryan LeClaire
Lisa, Jeff & Emily
Patrick & Kimberly Robinson
WYSIWYG Urban Farm
Jerry and Lynn Dennis
Ryan Hurley and Family
Mark and Patricia Sponseller
Pam Stusser and Kathleen Kemp
Mary M Boykin
The Chase Family
Lora and Ian
LaFazia – Geraghty granddaughters
Nick & Jennifer Kokkonis
Brian Newell & Pamela Forsha
Be’s Breakfast Club
Andrea Orleans and Jeff Smith
Meade Thayer and Ray Fernandez
PICTURES: Pictures of the Baskets Along California Ave
Photo Credit: West Seattle Blog
CONTACT: Questions? Contact the Junction Association
Questions about the Flower Power Adopt-a-Basket Program?
West Seattle Junction Association
4210 SW Oregon St, Suite A Seattle WA 98116
info [at] wsjunction [dot] com
FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions
Who can adopt a basket?
The adopter can be a person, group, family or individual.
Where and when will the flower baskets be hung?
The basket will be hung on a one of the historic light poles which line California Avenue. The baskets are hung mid May until mid September.
Who maintains the flower baskets?
Each basket receives daily watering and maintenance which will be funded by the West Seattle Junction Association merchants.
What is the cost for the flower baskets? Can I adopt more than one?
The cost for each basket is $149.00, you may purchase more than one basket. Two baskets are priced at a discounted $280.00 Three baskets are priced a discounted $415.00. Please contact the Junction Association if you wish to adopt more than three baskets. We have 95 available baskets.
Can I purchase a basket as a gift?
Yes! On the adoption form you can enter the gift recipient name. The Junction will send you a card and instructions you may give to the recipient.
What does the adoption fee cover?
Your adoption fee includes a professionally grown and planted flower basket and a plaque which will be placed on the light pole under your basket.
Can I keep the plaque and flower basket?
You may keep the plaque when the baskets are removed in September, the physical baskets belong to the grower. In the middle of September we hold a Petal Party at the Farmers Market. There you may join us to take cuttings of select baskets.
How much text can I include on the plaque?
Text is limited to 2 lines. You can include your name, organization, business name, group, family name. Plus, one additional line of text up to 15 letters.
How do I pay for the flower basket?
You can adopt and pay for your flower basket via credit card. Or mail a check to the Junction Association along with this form. Make checks payable to West Seattle Junction Association. Mail to 4210 SW Oregon St, Suite A Seattle WA 98116.
Is the Junction Association a nonprofit?
Yes, the Junction Association is a 501(c)(3), your adoption is a nonprofit donation.
ABOUT US: About the Junction Association
Established in 1907.
The West Seattle Junction was little more than boggy woodland until April 1907, when two streetcar lines were connected at California Avenue SW and SW Alaska Street (then 9th Street). Within a month, a dozen real estate agents had opened offices at what quickly became known as “the Junction.”
By 1911, the Junction had grown from a collection of real-estate offices into a full-fledged business district. At least three grocery stores, two lumber companies, a hardware store, two electrical firms, three physicians, and two fuel outlets were located within a half-mile radius of the streetcar crossing.
Now the Junction is Downtown West Seattle–an eclectic Seattle neighborhood’s main street and center stage. It’s the hub of activity where the West Seattle community connects for coffee, shopping, business activities, doctor visits, dinner, drinks and camaraderie.