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This program offers tour participants the opportunity to visit exceptional private gardens, which are generally not open to the public. Tours are throughout Augusta including historic Summerville.

April 24th – 26th, 12pm - 5pm

Nothing gets the design ideas flowing like a walk through an impressive garden. Some are personal masterpieces and others are continuous life-long love affairs.

They all manifest the passion of their gardeners and will help ignite your passion for designing your own garden. Viewing what another garden designer has accomplished opens your eyes to what is attainable.

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Scroll down for a preview of the private gardens to be featured during the tour. Check back as more gardens may be added.

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2014 Featured Gardens

helen

Helen Street

An exuberant cottage garden

henry

Henry Street

This charming gardenfeatures a pond and unique trees and plants. Highlights include an outdoor dining area and delightful owner's retreat...a 1930 renovated garage, the Barkhouse

 

3226

Ramsgate Road

Follow winding paths through a shade garden that delights with surprises along the way

3227

Ramsgate Road

Discover a garden full of color with new blooms through the year

huxley

Huxley Drive

A garden with flowers such as lavender, foxglove, numerous varieties of sage, poppies, as well as a stately magnolia will meet visitors. Discover art throughout the garden including a concrete pig which is planted with succulents and sedums.

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Pendleton King Park
1600 Troupe Street, Open to the Public

Wander through the many glorious rehabilitated gardens that comprise Pendleton King Park including a Touch and Smell Garden, a camellia garden, a sunken blue garden and more.

This is a public park and open to all.

 

 

For ticket information, please visit our information page.
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