Prepared for Greenfield Garden Club Garden Tour Sunday, July 12

  • Post published:07/08/2020
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Folksinger Rose
Folksinger, a Dr. Griffith Buck rose

The Garden Tour has been postponed to Sunday, July 12. It is almost time for the Greenfield Garden Club Garden Tour. My garden is one of ten that will be on display.  My garden has roses, just beginning to enjoy their second blooming.  I wish I could tell the Fairy rose buds from those that need to be deadheaded.

Red and yellow daylily
Currently nameless, this red and yellow daylily is ready for the tour

I love daylilies because they have such a long bloom season. I have daylilies with lots of different colors and forms.

Aesclepius tuberosa
Aesclelpius tuberosa – milkweed

Aescleipius tuberosa is just one of the plants that attract pollinators like bees and other insects.

Paradise Blue Phlox
Paradise Blue phlox paniculata

Phlox is a quintessential garden flower. I love  this shade of blue.

The Greenfield Garden Club Garden Tour will be held Sunday, July 12.  Tickets, $10. The ticket is a map with directions to the ten gardens that will be available at the John Zon Community Center on Pleasant Street at 8:30 am until 1 pm. The tour will end at 4 pm. The tour is being held be held on Sunday. Masks and social distancing essential.

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  1. OMG, I love those peach-colored roses! Good luck with the tour; I’m sure everyone will love your garden. 🙂

  2. Pat

    Beth – The garden tour is over and we have all survived the heat and the questions. It was a wonderful day. We had 150 visitors, and for out garden club that was sensational.

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