A stunning array of perennials, annuals and ornamental grasses will be on display in five gardens.
Each garden focuses on a unique gardening perspective including hardscapes, containers, hillside gardening and a beautifully landscaped countryside. All are a short distance from the Interurban Bike Trail, making this year’s walk an enjoyable bike ride from the City of Port Washington to the outskirts of the Town of Grafton. The tour includes a container garden at the Judge Eghart House downtown, which will replicate an actual garden from the Victorian era.
The tour is from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Visitors are encouraged to ask questions and talk to gardeners who are always eager to share their tips and gardening stories. Tour maps, as well as menus from local restaurants, will be available at each location.
Tickets are still only $5 and available on the day of the walk at any of the five gardens, or at the Pebble House, 126 E. Grand Ave., in downtown Port Washington. Children and students are admitted free.
Proceeds are used for the club's scholarship fund and community projects. Go to PortGardenClub.org for more information.