Breathe in the Slocan Valley’s best gardens

Fields of lavender, landscaped ponds, organic market gardens, blueberry hillsides, garlic, and flowers everywhere — 10 gorgeous valley gardens to explore.

Fields of lavender, landscaped ponds, organic market gardens, blueberry hillsides, garlic, and flowers everywhere — 10 gorgeous valley gardens to explore.

The 12th Slocan Valley garden tour will be held on Father’s Day, June 19, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

There are five new gardens and five past favourites, from Slocan Park to Perry Siding.

Local artists will be showing their work at several sites plus the Slocan Valley Community Band will be playing at noon at Elderbee Greens.

Tour brochures are available around the valley at garden centres and on community bulletin boards. Online version available at slocanvalleyarts.ca

This favourite valley event is sponsored by the Slocan Valley Arts Council. Donations gratefully accepted on site. For more information contact Ruth Porter at 250-226-7349.

 

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