FALLBROOK – The Fallbrook Garden Club will present its sixth annual garden tour on Saturday, May 22. Seven fabulous gardens are included in the tour, with something very special for everyone to enjoy in each garden.
Among the special features are a Mediterranean botanical garden designed by Tom Piergrossi, host of the Emmy winning show, “Down to earth;” and an extensive, fully matured succulent garden along with two newly planted succulent and cacti water-wise gardens.
The tour also includes a new vineyard set in beautiful, colorful surroundings; a Victorian house and garden with lovely walkways, a giant redwood tree, a classic railroad car and a lovely rose garden displaying over 100 species of brilliant colors and unexpected flora.
Interesting vintage automobiles will be on display at selected homes on the tour as well as at the Fallbrook Historical Society. In addition, a number of Fallbrook’s talented artisans will be at work in the gardens throughout the tour.
Tickets/maps will be sold only on the day of the event from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Fallbrook Historical Society, located at 260 Rockycrest Road. Plants and miscellaneous garden items will also be for sale at that time.
Ticket prices are $20 per person or 2 tickets for $35.
Proceeds will benefit the Fallbrook Garden Club Scholarship Fund and other community projects.
For more information, call (760) 468-5842.