East Side Garden Walk Soliciting Gardener Participation 

Posted on Mar 17, 2021
Gardens Buffalo Niagara



East Side Garden Walk is soliciting gardens to participate in its event on Saturday, July 17, 2021, 10 a.m.-3 p.m.

Your garden does not need to be perfect; no one’s ever is.  If you have a garden in the footprint of East Side Garden Walk, you’re welcome to participate.

There are no fancy garden criteria–no site visits, no judging, no entry fees, nothin’– all you have to do is be proud of your little spot of earth. It does not need to be giant. It does not need to be professionally landscaped. Gardens range from large to a few square feet – register your front, back, or side garden; your upper porch (seen from the street); or your business storefront dolled up with plantings! It is the diversity that makes the event a success.

Deadline is May 15, 2021. Register online at EastSideGardenWalk.com.

The East Side Garden Walk is more than a free self-guided garden tour! It’s a way for residents to take control of the narrative for our community. We share gardens, stories, and our spirit of perseverance with those from within and outside our neighborhood. The tour counters the negative stigma often portrayed on the news – by creating positive stories of our homes and our neighborhood. We use our love of gardening and community to create connections between gardeners, neighbors, and visitors.

East Side Garden Walk is an event produced by Gardens Buffalo Niagara, its mission is to create more vibrant and beautiful communities by sharing our gardens with events like Garden Walk BuffaloTours of Open Gardens on Thursdays and Fridays in July, and The Buffalo Style Garden Art Sale.

    East Side Garden Walk Soliciting Gardener Participation 

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    East Side Garden Walk Soliciting Gardener Participation 

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