Here in Long Branch, a community tucked into the very southwest corner of the amalgamated Toronto, we have been putting on a huge and fabulous garden tour each June. Today snow has started, the beginning of what forecasters have promised will be quite a snowstorm.… Read More
Please visit the new Long Branch Garden Tour Website.
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
The Long Branch by the Lake Garden Tour will take place Saturday June 23, 2018. Over 30 gardeners are already planning to participate. Your Long Branch garden can be part of the tour too. Visit the website for more information. For my international visitors, this… Read More
Tuffy P posting tonight -thanks to all who came out on Saturday for the Long Branch By the Lake Garden Tour. We have many photos posted on the garden tour website. Our Gardeners appreciated the time and work that our families and Volunteers provided in… Read More
Inside Toronto did a nice piece about the upcoming Long Branch by the Lake Garden Tour, featuring a photo of Sheila Gregory (AKA Tuffy P for regular blog readers).
New Release has been posted at the Long Branch Garden Tour site – includes a list of all ticket locations.
Tickets are now available for the first ever Long Branch by the Lake Garden Tour, which takes place in our community on Saturday June 18. Tickets are $10 – your ticket booklet gives you access to 14 beautiful gardens in our community and all proceeds… Read More
The Long Branch by the lake Garden Tour 2016 is a Garden Days official activity and is now listed on the website. Garden Days is Canada’s Coast to Coast to Coast, three-day celebration of our National Garden Day held each year the Friday before Father’s… Read More
….and Tuffy P and her friend Nadia are behind it. Tuffy P (AKA Sheila Gregory in the real world) started a Garden Tour blog. Check it out. I’ll be providing the banjo music here at 27th Street.