Thank you to everyone who attended or volunteered for the Generous Gardeners 11th annual Gloucester Garden Tour! Here are the winners of our game of chance! Sorry if you didn’t win. We appreciate your support for our volunteer efforts of beautification of Gloucester with public gardens.
July 8th from 10:00 AM until 4:00 PM
The Generous Gardeners 11th Annual Gloucester Garden Tour commemorates Gloucester’s 400th anniversary with a tour of greater downtown neighborhoods. The tour takes you along historic streets and by the famous Fisherman’s Memorial on Stacy Boulevard designed one hundred years ago for the 300th anniversary of the city. Gloucester is a vibrant city of diverse neighborhoods; you will see a variety of urban gardens, from small front yards to hidden back gardens. Some are attached to historic homes, one has an amazing hilltop harbor view, and another is a botanical delight. All the gardens are the work of their owners, and they are certain to inspire you with their originality. Generous Gardeners is pleased to present them for your enjoyment. Rain or shine. Tickets $30. Available online and on the day of the tour.
Prepaid tickets can be picked up at Gloucester High School, 32 Leslie O’Johnson Road. We will have a list of ticket purchasers on hand.
The tour is approximately 2.3 miles from the High School to the end at Winchester Court. There are 18 private gardens throughout the downtown neighborhood. This year, the shuttle is primarily to assist in getting visitors back to the parking at the High School. It will not be stopping at individual gardens.
Generous Gardeners is pleased to present them for your enjoyment. Click on this link to purchase tickets.