This is a self-drive tour. Your ticket brochure has garden descriptions and driving directions. Tickets are $20 and are available for sale at Molbak’s, Classic Nursery,and Ravenna Gardens. New this year, tickets may be purchased online using Paypal. Visit www.woodinvillegardenclug.org for further information on this new feature.
Join us for a reception after the tour from 3:30 to 5 p.m. at Molbak’s. Your ticket brochure will gain you entry to the events area where Woodinville’s Columbia Winery will host a wine tasting. At 4:30 p.m., we will draw the winning names for these five great raffle prizes:
• Original signed artwork by Susan Summit Cyr used for our tour poster.
• Four yards of mulch (your choice of variety) from deJong Sawdust and Shavings.
• One hour landscape consultation from Lorrie Cain Landscape Design.
• $100 Molbak’s gift card.
• One night accommodation for two at the acclaimed Willows Lodge in Woodinville.
Raffle tickets will be sold in all the gardens and at the reception. Winners need not be present.
While at Molbak’s, be sure to check out the display of "hot plants" showcasing choice picks from the six tour properties to add to your own garden.
The Woodinville Garden Club was established in 1984 as a community organization, whose mission is to offer enrichment through learning about horticulture, participating in civic beautification and enjoying friendships as we pursue these activities.
The Tour of Gardens was organized to showcase the diverse beauty and design of local gardens. A portion of the proceeds of the tour and the club’s other annual fundraiser, the plant sale at Chateau Ste. Michelle, are used to fund ongoing civic projects, including civic beautification, horticulture scholarships and educational activities.
This year’s contributions include a donation to Seattle Children’s Playgarden for a washer and dryer and two $2000 scholarships for students of horticulture. We are also working with the City of Woodinville on a project to beautify the playing fields at Carol Edwards Center and to honor Carol Edward’s legacy to the city. We anticipate completion in the next year.