The past few weeks have been a busy time, getting all the pieces into place for the garden tour here in Long Branch – as well as working on details of the garden, trying to get everything ‘just so’. It was such a fun day!… Read More
A downpour yesterday morning didn’t hinder garden lovers who came out for the kick-off flower toss for the Long Branch by the Lake Garden Tour.
After months of planning, the Long Branch by the Lake Garden Tour is just a few days away – Saturday June 23, rain or shine. There will be a brief kick-off ceremony at 9:15 at 2 Twenty Eighth Street, followed by Helen Battersby’s free presentation,… Read More
The Long Branch by the Lake Garden Tour will take place next Saturday, 10-4, rain or shine. Here’s a sneak peak at our crazy Twenty Seventh Street gardens. They’re loaded with surprises, with lots of mosaics and garden sculpture, places to sit and relax or… Read More
Maps/brochures for the June 23 FREE Long Branch by the Lake Garden Tour are now available in close to 60 locations in Long Branch. For a full list, visit the Garden Tour site. Most participating businesses will have a purple poster in the window. Please… Read More
At the Long Branch by the Lake Garden Tour, visitors will have a chance to ask local gardeners all about their gardens. The character of any garden reflects the personality, experience and interests of the person who tends it. Long Branch gardener Sandie Kilian has… Read More
I was out in the yard yesterday loading up the bird feeders, thinking I’m already ready for a dose of spring. I have a slew of garden projects planned for 2018 and I’m looking forward to getting to them. Our community will be hosting a… Read More
In 2016, Sheila and her friend Nadia organized the first ever Long Branch by the Lake Garden Tour. It was a fun day, and it raised a good chunk of money for a local community health organization called LAMP. After a one year hiatus, garden… Read More
The figures are in and the recent Long Branch by the Lake Garden Tour raised over $3500 for LAMP. Congratulations to all the gardeners as well as local businesses who supported this initiative!