Petals & Pathways Garden Tour set for Saturday

PORT ANGELES — The Master Gardeners’ 27th annual Petals & Pathways Garden Tour will showcase six home gardens on Saturday.

The self-guided tour will be from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Ticket holders can use the map printed on the ticket to visit any or all the gardens in any order. Two are in Port Angeles, and four are located along state Highway 112 with views of the Strait of Juan De Fuca.

Tickets are $15 in advance at local vendors and $20 on the day of the tour. They can be purchased until the day of the tour at Over the Fence, Sunny Farms and The Co-op Farm and Garden in Sequim; Port Book and News, Swain’s General Store, Airport Garden Center and Fiddleheads Home & Garden in Port Angeles; Arts & Antiques in Joyce; and Forks Outfitters and Rusty Gate Nursery in Forks.

All the gardens will have several Master Gardener volunteers to help with questions on plant identification.

Proceeds from the tour help to maintain the Woodcock Demonstration Garden in Sequim and numerous Master Gardener community services such as the Youth Enrichment Program (YEP) and free educational classes held at Woodcock Demonstration Gardens and in Port Angeles.

The gardens, named by Master Gardeners for distinctive features, are Grandma’s Garden and Serenity in Four Seasons, both in Port Angeles, and A Place to Reflect, Woodland Oasis, a Permaculture Garden and Fairnie Brae west of Port Angeles.

For more information, see clallammgf.org.

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