Tickets for Mill Creek Garden Tour available at Sky Nursery

Wednesday, May 22, 2019

Doherty Garden
Photo courtesy of Mill Creek Garden Club

Mill Creek Garden Club 
5th Annual Mill Creek Garden Tour and Artisan Market 2019
Saturday, June 22, 2019 

The Great Garden Heist! 

Six gardens, five hours, one camera and lots to steal — ideas of course! 

Whether your goal is to update your garden, “glam” up your patio, or construct a perfect pathway to nowhere; attend the 5th Annual Mill Creek Garden Tour and Artisan Market and you’ll discover lots of ideas to get you started on the journey to a fabulously livable garden. Good golly, get it done, and we might smooth-talk you into showing your garden on next year’s Tour!

Heatherwood West
Photo courtesy of Mill Creek Garden Club

This leisurely trek, photo op and chance to quiz MCGC volunteers and gardeners-in-residence occurs Saturday, June 22. Enhancing your reconnaissance caper will be ten artisans selling garden-related art in each of the featured yards. Who knows, you may dig up the perfect artifact for your landscape project. The gardens are open from 11am – 4pm and the tickets are priced at $15 each, or $20 on Tour Day.

Purchase those tickets — CASH or CHECKS only — at the following locations: Artisan Custom Framing and the University Book Store, both in the Mill Creek Town Center. Also stop and shop at McAuliffe’s Valley Nursery in Snohomish, Molbak’s in Woodinville or Sky Nursery in Shoreline, 18528 Aurora Ave N, Shoreline 98133

Tickets will not be sold in the gardens!

K and K Wood Products
Photo courtesy of Mill Creek Garden Club

This is more than a run-of-the-mill garden tour, it’s also a feel-good fundraiser: a percentage of the artisan sales and all ticket proceeds go to Mill Creek Garden Club’s “Giving through Gardening” Grant Program, which in the 2018-19 year awarded $7,000 to community organizations.

Grab your tour brochure with its Field Notes inside, slip into those sleuthing shoes and we’ll be on the lookout for you. There’s bound to be at least one great idea that catches your eye — and we don’t care if you copy it!


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