The Greenwich Plant Center (GBC) is hosting the annual Grandiflora Garden Tour from June 10 and 11 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., throughout Greenwich and neighboring cities.
Held annually in June, the Garden Visit is one of Greenwich’s most spectacular private gardens with its spectacular views.
“Generous homeowners are opening up their world-class properties to the public, giving them an extraordinary opportunity to enjoy these hidden gemstones,” said GBC executive Phoebe Lindsey. “The visit to the Grandiflora Garden has been a significant and non-profit fundraiser for the Greenwich Plant Center since 1958.”
The 2022 Garden Visit will not miss a spectacular view of the special gardens arranged for June 10 and 11. From a pollen-friendly garden to a real swampy garden, this year’s tour should not be missed for the first ever gardens of indigenous trees and swamps and wildlife gardens.
Attendees can visit each garden once, on a self-guided tour either Friday, June 10 or Saturday, June 11. Self-guided tour tickets will be mailed to you one week before the tour. Ticket purchases after June 2 must be made at the Greenwich Plant Center.
The only popular box lunch option for tourism tickets is the Happiness Is Cating for Friday pickup. Packed lunches must be ordered by June 3. As in previous years, the silent online auction will open in early June with a variety of highlights. Find more tour information and tickets here at https://greenwichbotanicalcenter.org/grandiflora-garden-tour/
The visit is a huge fundraiser for the Greenwich Plant Center. 2022 Sponsors are Louis Fusco Landscape Architect, Royal Perla, Albano Furniture, Fairfield House and Garden, Susan Cohen Landscape Architect, Conte & Conte, SBS Homes and Media Sponsor City Cottages and Gardens. Learn more about sponsorship opportunities here https://greenwichbotanicalcenter.org/sponsorship-opportunities/
The Greenwich Plant Center, located on the Montgomery Pinetum campus, is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting interest and participation in orchards, nature and the arts through educational programs, accessibility, and special events. Founded in 1957, Greenwich’s vision was to provide horticultural education to the community. In addition to our Greenhouse Program Programs and Vegetable Sales, Greenwich Plant Center volunteers conduct annual outreach projects, bringing garden projects to seniors, school groups, and social services and community organizations.
Please visit https://greenwichbotanicalcenter.org for more information, including how to join the Greenwich Plant Center.
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For the 2022 Grandiflora Garden Tour visit https://greenwichbotanicalcenter.org/grandiflora-garden-tour/