Snohomish Garden Club hosts tour

The tour is scheduled for July 29 at 5 p.m.

  • Wednesday, May 2, 2018 3:30pm
  • Life

The Snohomish Garden Club will present its 33rd Annual Garden Tour on July 29, 2018 from 12 p.m. until 5 p.m.

The featured gardens, many of which have never been open to the public, present a diverse gardening experience within the town of Snohomish and south along the Highway 9 corridor. Besides enjoying an afternoon of pleasant wandering through gardens, tour-goers can count on coming away with lots of good ideas and inspiration for their own gardens.

The ticket price is $15 and now available through the website, www.snohomishgardenclub.com. After July 1st, tickets will be available at several Snohomish locations: Joyworks; Blanc & Rouge; McAuliffe’s Valley Nursery and McDaniel’s Do It Center. Other sites for ticket purchase are: Molbak’s Home and Garden (Woodinville) and Sunnyside Nursery (Marysville).

Day of tour tickets will be available at McDaniel’s Do It Center and the Snohomish Senior Center, 506 4th St., starting at 10:30 a.m. Children under 13 may take the tour free of charge. There will also be sales of plants at the Snohomish Senior Center.

Proceeds from the annual Snohomish Garden Club Tour are used to fund community projects including grants, scholarships, and the hanging flower baskets in downtown Snohomish.

More information about the tour is available at the Garden Club’s website at www.snohomishgardenclub.com or by contacting Patty Warren at 206-794-6778 or ThorntonCreek@aol.com.

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