“PATHWAYS & BLOOMS 2018”
A SOUTH WINDSOR GARDEN TOUR & PLANT SALE
Have you ever wanted to see that secret garden in your neighbor’s backyard? Could you use some ideas on how to create your own sunny or shade garden or how to reinvigorate an existing garden? Would you like to acquire gardener-grown plants at bargain prices? Then join us for our 2018 garden tour and plant sale!
"Pathways and Blooms – A South Windsor Garden Tour & Plant Sale" will be held on Sunday, June 10, 2018 from 9:30 AM to 4 PM (rain or shine … preferably shine). The event is presented by the Down To Earth Garden Club and Wood Memorial Library & Museum. The tour will feature 7 beautiful gardens, including two on historic Main Street. Each garden features its own unique design and character reflecting the natural terrain of the landscape as well as the interests and creativity of the garden owners. Home-grown plants from members’ own gardens will be on sale on the grounds of Wood Memorial Library & Museum on Main Street.
Beautiful note cards of the 2018 gardens by Bonnie Grover, visual artist and graphic designer and Wood volunteer, will be available. Packs of all seven gardens are $5 with single cards also available.
Tickets may be purchased in person with cash or check at the following locations:
Agway of Ellington 74 West Road, Ellington
Book Club Bookstore & More 869 Sullivan Ave., South Windsor
Broad Brook Gardens 938 Sullivan Ave., South Windsor
Connecticut Valley Brewing 765 Sullivan Ave, South Windsor
Foster Family Farm 90 Foster Street, South Windsor
Garden Sales 308 Oakland Street, Rt. 83, Manchester
Mitchell Fuel Co. 1209 Sullivan Avenue, South Windsor
Perfect Piece 1735 Ellington Rd., South Windsor
Wood Memorial Library 783 Main Street, South Windsor
Tickets are $15, purchased in advance, or $20 on the day of the tour. Day-of-tour tickets may also be purchased at each of the homes on the tour.
Don't miss our Teacup Auction which has some amazing prizes of themed baskets as well as gift certificates from local businesses. Tickets will be available at the Wood.
Wood Memorial Library and Museum, houses a Native American museum and an exceptional bird collection. For more information, please contact the Garden Club via the “Contact Us” page on our website www.swgardenclub.org or call Wood Memorial Library & Museum at (860) 289-1783.
Thank you for supporting our Garden Tour! Come Grow with Us!