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2019 Clintonville Open Garden Tour

July 14 @ 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm

The 2019 Clintonville Open Garden Tour will be Sunday, July 14, from noon to 4 pm, featuring seven private and three public gardens. The tour is free and self guided. For more information, contact us here or at [email protected]

Gardens on the tour are:

4838 North High Street (behind 4840). Container plants; a bird-house garden with over 50 bird houses, with 15 different species of birds roosting and nesting around the property; rock gardens featuring several tons of hand-picked stones from around the United States, including the Rocky Mountains, the Grand Tetons, Mount Rushmore and more. Enter from rear, on alley.

419 East Beaumont. Curving island beds in high shade, with hostas, astilbes, coral bells, ferns and other shade plants; water features including a koi pond; yard art and many bird houses; clematis arbors, herbs in containers; and a large vegetable garden.

109 Westwood. Huge lot with very little grass; dahlias; 40 David Austin roses; perennials, vegetables and unusual annuals; a koi pond and fountain.

4077 Glenmont Place. Secluded shady enclosed backyard with a pond and rock features, pergola covered with trumpet vine and lights, whimsical yard art.
Colerain median just south of Piedmont. Pollinator garden designed and maintained by volunteers of the Friends of the Olentangy Watershed (FLOW).

396 East Dunedin. Large pollinator garden outside the fence, with most plants grown from seed, including Echinacea, flax, Shasta daisies, batchelor buttons, and little bluestem. Large vegetable garden inside the fence with tomatoes, kale, carrots, beets, cucumbers and many other edibles.

7. 230 Northmoor Pl. Primarily native plants and cultivars of natives, designated as an official wildlife habitat per the requirements of the National Wildlife Federation. Sculpture, ornaments, and wall art throughout.

109 West Kenworth. “We can’t decide what we love the most, so we have everything.” Unusual annuals, lots of perennials, tropicals, native plants, cut flowers, thirty-one new trees and shrubs, bee, bird, and butterfly favorites, and even a few vegetables and herbs.

3222 North High Street. Perennials and shrubs in two parking lot beds at the Clintonville CRC, planted and maintained by a volunteer, on a difficult site: Thin, shallow soil; plants in such a public place sometimes stolen; no water source; snow plowed into the garden from the parking lot.

CRC Community Garden, end of Midgard, abutting railroad tracks. Numerous community garden plots with a wide range of vegetable and pollinator gardening techniques and plant varieties.

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