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Garden Tour – Tuesday, June 21
We have a quarter-acre homestead in the middle of suburbia, growing more than 50 different varieties of fruits and vegetables. This year, we have added a pollinator garden (since we started it from seed, its not quite there yet), plus we are continuing to landscape our property adding to its curb appeal – we do live in a neighborhood after all, and want the look of our home and gardens to be aesthetically pleasing.
I have had many people ask if we open up our garden for tours at any point in the year. I do enjoy talking about my gardens and sharing that passion with anyone who will listen, so this Tuesday, June 21, I will be participating in the Martha Washington Garden Club’s annual Garden Walk. Tickets will be on sale for $20 Tuesday morning at the Lower Bucks Masonic Hall on 1600 Edgewood Road in Yardley, and proceeds will benefit the Jane Parr Memorial and Martha Washington Garden Club Scholarship Funds.
This year, there are 12 gardens on the tour, ranging from the beautiful public garden featuring native plants at the Morrisville Library; a certified Bird Habitat and Master Gardener’s Certified Pollinator Garden; a French formal garden; a whimsical English garden; and a wide variety of other flower and perennial gardens, and of course my quarter-acre mini farm, to inspire you and delight your senses.
You can find more information on the Martha Washington Garden Club and the Garden Walk by visiting their Facebook page.
Check out the video below, my first garden tour given on Periscope (which is why the image is vertical), for a preview of my gardens from earlier in the season.
To keep up with my gardens: