Woodstock Garden Walk
Saturday June 21st 2014 11:00am-4:00pm
The Woodstock Professional and Business Women will present their 22nd annual Garden Walk on Saturday June 21st from 11:00am-4:00pm. Spend the day. Shop and dine in Woodstock, named a 'Distinctive Destination' by the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Visit the award winning Woodstock Farmer's Market from 8:00am to 1:00pm
The walk will be held rain or shine. The event will feature six unique and inspirational gardens. Two of the gardens are in town and four are in the countryside, each within a ten minute drive from the historic Woodstock square.
Participants are invited to stroll through the gardens at a leisurely pace and get inspired, exchange gardening information or ask questions of the homeowner.The WPBW raffle will have valuable prizes donated by Woodstock businesses.
Advance tickets are $13.00 at the Woodstock Chamber of Commerce, Seasons by Peg, Harris, Home State, and Golden Eagle banks in Woodstock. Tickets will be $15.00 on the day of the walk. Tickets and maps will be available in the Gazebo on the historic Woodstock Square from 11:00-4:00 on Saturday June 21st.
Proceeds benefit the Frances Kuhn Scholarships. The Woodstock Professional and Business Women are committed to community service. The group recognizes an annual Woman of the Year, supports the Christmas Clearing House and other worthwhile causes.
Emily's Secret Garden This whimsical landscape demonstrates the gardeners love of unusual perennials, rare hosta and surprise bits of trinkets throughout the back yard. The deck and patio with fire pit are favorite spots for entertaining. With it's colorful containers, waterfalls and statuary there are surprises at every turn.
Blooms of Joy
The Collector’s Garden A passion for rare and unusual plants turned this gardener into a plant collector. Evolving over 25 years, this garden has a large collection of rare and unusual conifers, perennials, grasses and hosta in it’s beds and borders. A shady rock garden, and handcrafted birdhouses and garden art can all be viewed from the inviting deck and gazebo. The lush container plantings are the icing on the cake for this garden that was featured in Chicagoland Gardening Magazine.
The Low Maintenance Garden