Garden Briefs: 06-28-12 PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 28 June 2012 09:25
Daylily garden open for tours
WESTON - Church's Birdland Daylilies is again open for tours. Due to the early and warm spring, the daylilies are in full bloom. Jack Church says they have more than 1,000 registered daylily cultivars including 40 of their own hybrids.
Groups or singles are welcome to the free tours by appointment now through July.
The garden is located at 15201 Van Tassel Road, Weston. To set a time, call (419) 669-2869 or e-mail This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Tiffin garden tour set
TIFFIN - The annual Tiffin Garden Tour is planned for July 8, from 1 to 5 p.m.
It begins just outside of town with two country locations, wends across eastside neighborhoods, and heads downtown for stops at a residence for senior citizens, and at the headquarters of the Tiffin Historic Trust. The eight gardens range in style from country cottage, to Victorian, to modern amalgams of plantings with garden art features. Carruth garden décor will be sold at the Grammes-Brown House as a fund raiser for the non-profit organization that strives to preserve the architectural heritage of the community.
Prior to tour-day, tickets are available for a $10 donation at Tiffin Ace Hardware, 1550 W. Market St., Molyet's Farm Market, 1530 W. Market St., and Wagner Flowers and Greenhouse, 907 E. Co. Rd 50 in Tiffin.
On the day of the tour tickets are available at The Grammes-Brown House, 172 Jefferson St., Tiffin Ace Hardware, and Molyet's.
A map of the garden locations is included with the ticket.
 

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