Milton Garden Club’s 20th Annual Garden Tour is scheduled for Sept. 19

After 2020 due to the disappearance of Kovid, Milton Garden Club is pleased to announce its 20th annual garden tour. The self-guided tour will be held Sunday, September 19 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

The 2021 tour will feature six very different gardens. The two gardens are adjacent to the Milton Center. Both garden birds and pollen grains are mostly designed to provide food and shelter using native plants. One of the plants has a profound effect on Douglas Tarmi’s “bringing home nature.” The third garden has been in operation for seven years and has several residential areas, including a waterfront, a fireplace with a fireplace, a backyard garden and a secret garden. All of this is adorned with glittering arts collected over the years. The fourth garden, and the last of the city’s gardens, this year’s tour will also feature many outdoor areas, and will feature a veranda garden and a swimming pool.

Just a short distance from Bridlewood Development is the last two gardens on the tour. These gardens are larger than the city gardens. One is the large carved garden beds filled with trees, pollen to attract pollen and many types of grass. For color, 80 Royal Magenta Sanpatatians and 150 Rose and Purple Angelonia have been added. Another garden in the bridge is highlighted with 18 high beds that provide plants, fresh fruits and vegetables throughout the year. The raised beds, fences and arches provide a delightful setting.

Along with the beautiful gardens, the tour features a number of special events. Fourteen different artists present their work, including watercolor, mixed medium, oil, acrylic, paste, colored pencils and pencils, as well as weavers, potters, and jewelers. Gift baskets, lavender items, pumpkins, oatmeal creations, bakery tables, plant sales, a Milton community dining table and all kinds of gardening for gardeners. . There will also be some live music, including guitar double, metal drums, keyboard and guitar player.

Pre-tour tickets are $ 15 each and can be purchased at Hillside Florist and Pepers Nursery and Lewis Princes in Milton. Tour day tickets are $ 20, and can be found at the Garden Tour Tent in front of the Milton Historical Society at 210 Union St.

Milton Paradise Club would like to thank the sponsors of the visit – Frances Fritz Heritage and Music Store, Al Frank Band, Salon Milton, Irish Eyes, Lavender Mills at Wrington Manor and Milton Women’s Club. For more information about the club or the tour, go to www.themiltongardenclub.org or call Lynn at 267-475-4466.

A.D. In 2015, Milton Garden Club began fundraising for the city center. The watch, which had been in operation for years, could not be repaired. The garden club has raised more than enough money to buy the watch with the support of the entire community. Local artist Jean Bowers painted the clock in the city center and gave it to the garden club to use as a fundraiser. The club is bidding.

Telephone calls will be accepted on September 19 at the Milton Garden Visit, which is titled “Time and Place” (weather permitting). Bids will be closed at 3:00 am

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