The 2018 Dallas County Master Gardener Association Fall Garden Tour will be held on from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., October 13, featuring five residential gardens and one school garden. Each garden will showcase a specialty such as urban homesteading, ponds and pollinators, cottage and English styles, and completely organic and low-maintenance gardening. Experts will be speaking about water features, pollinators, turf, chickens and vegetable gardening along the route.
This garden tour is a main source of fundraising for the nonprofit Dallas County Master Gardener Association, dedicated to horticultural education and volunteer service throughout the county. Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Dallas County Master Gardener events provide learning opportunities to county residents, including community service projects, school gardens, research, education and demonstration gardens.
For tickets and more information, visit DallasCountyMasterGardeners.org.
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