Outagamie Cty Master Gardeners Garden Discoveries a Garden Tour
June, 16 2012
Location: Six different host garden locations in the Fox Cities
Event Description: The Outagamie County Master Gardeners Association will be hosting their 4th Annual "Garden Discoveries: an Educational Garden Tour" on Saturday, June 16 from 10:00 am to 4 pm.
The public is invited to tour six select gardens in the Fox Cities. Each garden offers a unique horticultural lesson and all are truly great examples of sound gardening principals and beauty.
Host gardens are located at:
1. The Schultz Garden - 285 West Florida Avenue, Appleton
2. The Covenant Community Garden - 1601 Covenant Lane, Kimberly
3. The Kordus Garden - 6 Kitty Court, Kimberly
4. The Wentzel Garden - 533 Applewood Drive, Kimberly
5. The Ratzman Garden - W 2784 Highway JJ (Edgewood), Kaukauna
6. The Clearwater Garden - N3826 Breese Way, Appleton (Freedom)
For a $5 entry fee (to further develop the Community Garden Partnership) and two items of non-perishable food (to be donated to local food pantries), guests will experience beautiful area gardens with an opportunity to learn horticultural lessons during each visit. More information on garden locations and descriptions can be found at www.ocmga.net.
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