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For 12 years the Park Hill Garden Walk has brought neighbors and lovers of gardening together. Home owners open their gardens to ticketed visitors to share their love of gardening and perhaps their expertise. All proceeds for the Walk go to the Greater Park Hill Community (GPHC)

Friday, April 16, 2010

Eleven Wonderful Gardens on Tour June 19, 2010

What better way to spend a beautiful summer day then strolling through delightful gardens on the 10th annual Park Hill Garden Tour? This year’s rain or shine event scheduled from 10 am to 4 pm has a collection of gardens with a variety of features you don’t want to miss. And now you won’t have to peak over fences and wonder what goes on in the neighbors’ yards!

Gardens with flowers, vegetables and trees of course but come see how homeowners create secret oasis’s in which to entertain, find a moment of peace or continue the growing season all twelve months. Water features, hardscape, urban farming and community gardening, composting and bees all are elements of the variety Park Hill Garden Walk offer you this year.

Gardeners will be on hand to share their passion for gardening so bring your notebooks and fill it with great ideas. The Park Hill Garden Walk gardens will also be host to 8 local artists sharing their work.

Want to get involved? Volunteer for three-hour shift and receive a complimentary ticket and a chance to meet people who share your love of our neighborhood, our people and our gardens! Contact Angelia McLean, Garden Chairperson at 303-579-0334 or angeliamcleandesign@yahoo.com.

While you wait for the beautiful summer days to arrive please support our businesses that have generously donated to sponsor a garden on the Park Hill Garden Walk:

Architectural Salvage, Russ Wehner Realty, Swingle Lawn and Tree and Landscape, Dart Automotive, EcoYard Lawn and Landscaping, Nick’s Garden Center, Ivy Street Design Landscaping & Outdoor Living, Roberta Locke/Distinctive Properties, Ltd., Anastasia Williams/Kentwood City Properties, Wildflowers, The Garden Guy.

Additional generous donations by these businesses:
Moss Pink Flora and Botanicals, Cake Crumbs, Adam Moskowitz/State Farm Insurance, Jeff Hepner/Airport Specialist Car Service, Welby Gardens.

In-kind contributions have been provided by: Grape Expectations, Dardano’s School of Gymnastics, Oona’s Dog Grooming, Best Friends Pet Care.

Tickets on sale through the Greater Park Hill Community office, King Soopers and online at http://www.gphc.org/, and Moss Pink. Adults $15.00 (15+) Seniors (+65) $10.00 Show your receipt at the garden addresses provided and receive your map and collectible button. Call 303-388-0918 for more information.

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