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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, May 13, 2011

Join Us June 25th 10-4th

Angelia McLean

Park Hill Garden Walk 2011

Park Hill has a lot of wonderful features and activities that make this neighborhood great. But what shows off the heart and essence of Park Hill is the Park Hill Garden Walk. Scheduled June 25th from 10-4, this year’s Garden Walk will once again bring out our best as a neighborhood. It’s not only the opportunity to peek behind those fences but get out the bike, mingle with the neighbors or just stop and smell the roses for a day. Whether you are a Master Gardener, a dabbler in vegetables or just want to dust off your green thumb muse, there is a garden for everyone this year.

While Mother Nature created the canvas, it is our gardeners who have created the flora artwork. This year, the Park Hill Garden Walk features 14 fabulous gardens. Your brochure-ticket is your key to creatively constructed hardscape, water ponds, a plethora of annuals and perennials, professionally landscaped gardens, and knowledgeable homeowners ready to open their gates and share their palettes. And speaking of palettes! We have some talented artisans featured in each garden too. For the other spelling of ‘palate’, sample some wine at one garden on the tour!

Purchase tickets at Park Hill Library, Moss Pink at 4615 E. 23rd, or online at gphc.org and start the tour at 1980 Dahlia St., which is Montview Presbyterian Church. See how they’ve created a lovely area for fellowship. You will also find your Park Hill Garden Walk 2011 collectible pin at this location along with information booths, Garden Walk posters for sale, and refreshments. For those who want to procrastinate on ticket purchases, we’ve got you covered; tickets also available the day of at 1980 Dahlia. Please help the Park Hill Food Bank by bringing non-perishable food items to this first garden and be able to enter the drawing for fabulous gift certificates and donations from our in-kind sponsors.

Please thank our local businesses with your patronage because without them, the Garden Walk would not be possible. Thank you to our Blooming Garden Level sponsors: The Garden Guy (Steve Aegerter), Cherry Creek Properties (Roberta Locke), Mayfair Liquors, Architectural Salvage (Betsy Werhane), b.gardening (Alissa Shanley), Kentwood City Properties (Anastasia Williamson), Ivy Street Design (Wendy Booth), City Floral Garden Center, Wehner Realty Co., Swingle Lawn Tree & Landscape, Nick’s Garden Center, Hair People, Thunderbird Design, and Van Camp Floors, and Wildflowers. Thank you also to our Garden Gate level sponsors: Cirbo Lawn Service, Denver True Value, Moss Pink, The ReMax Wolfe Epperson Team, Denver Bicycle, VCA Firehouse Animal Hospital, Spicy Thai, Clean Cut Landscaping Service, and Adam Moskowitz-State Farm Insurance.

Proceeds benefit GPHC Food Bank. Become a Park Hill Garden Walk follower at www.parkhillgardenwalk.blogspot.com and print out a $2.00 off your ticket coupon. Spread the word and see you in the gardens!

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