The Fifth Annual GardenWalk South Euclid will take place on Saturday and Sunday, June 25 and 26, from noon to 4 p.m. Last year’s event engaged and enthralled hundreds of visitors in the beauty of our community on the move.
During the 2021 GardenWalk, hundreds of visitors enjoyed the sunny afternoons, taking to the free, self-guided tour by driving, biking, or walking the multiple-mapped garden routes.
As they encountered the 50 unique private gardens, 21-acre nature reserve, a 9-mile wetland, a sanctuary on the green, 8 unique neighborhood community gardens and 3 neighborhood “pocket parks”, visitors drew inspiration from the gardeners’ green-thumb talents. Visitors discovered new plant varieties, savored new styles of planting, or admired the garden ornaments that complemented the greenery. Many discovered ideas that they could take home to their gardens!
New South Euclid resident Scott Robertson opened his double-lot gardens and delighted in meeting neighbors and others; a scene repeated by long-time residents elsewhere in the city. Conversing on flower gardens, perennial, and annuals, rock, vegetable/herb, clipped bushes, and diverse trees — gardeners and visitors learned from one another and connected on ways to make South Euclid a more lovely and bountiful city.
For more information, ask a question, volunteer, or see photos from Garden Walk 2021 and previous years please explore our website or visit us on Facebook or contact Marge Koosed.
So spread the word to your friends, neighbors, and co-workers, the more the merrier! Please come out and enjoy the beauty of our unique community on the move!