o The list of gardens is typically available as a downloadable PDF a month in advance, and we provide a link to a Google Maps app.
o The list of gardens is also typically included as an insert in an edition of the Heights Observer, the month of the walk.
o Gardeners receive a sign to place on the tree lawn indicating that your garden is on the walk. Many thanks to our sponsors for helping us with printing costs.
We ask that gardeners keep their garden “open” on Saturday and Sunday of the walk weekend, from Noon to 5 pm.
o Essentially, this means that neighbors will be walking by to admire.
o If you are showing your front yard, there’s not much to do.
o If it’s your backyard, you’ll have visitors walking to the back of your home.
We would prefer that gardeners be present to greet visitors and answer questions but understand if that is not possible.
Visitors: Please note that a few gardens are noted as "Front Only," (on the pdf list) meaning only the front yard is available for viewing.
Gardeners: This is an opportunity to showcase your hard work, the beauty of our neighborhoods, and to build community. Please keep an estimate of the total cost of getting your garden ready for GardenWalk so that we can show funders the economic impact the event has on the local economy.
Please note that we welcome gardeners and gardens of all sizes and descriptions. Visitors are always excited to see what can be done in small yards as well as the spectacle of large landscaping projects.
We also are looking for volunteers to help us with garden recruitment, event promotion, and event logistics.
If you would like to be included in the GardenWalk for 2024 - please use the form below.