FORSYTH COUNTY, Ga. — Seven gardens will be featured in this year’s Forsyth County Master Gardeners tour.
The Master Gardeners will host the garden tour from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on June 7.
The Cumming Elementary School gardens will be open to the public as well.
Funds from the Garden Tour support the organization’s demonstration gardens at each of the county public libraries and the Louise Masburn Native Plant Garden at Sawnee Mountain Preserve.
In addition, the Master Gardeners offer research-based advice on planting, growing and caring for gardens and lawns and provide educational training programs to children in schools and adults throughout the year.
Every other year, the Master Gardeners open their private home grounds to the public showcasing a variety of the most interesting gardens allowing us to share how to plant for sun, shade, drought tolerance and privacy screening. This year includes a mix of seven distinctive gardens. Each will offer visitors new ideas to take home and adapt to their personal space.
A rain date is scheduled for June 14.
The tours cost $15 advance purchase and $20 cash or check the day of the tour.
For tickets or more information, visit http://fcmg.sharepoint.com