Explore and enjoy outstanding local gardens in the self-guided Summit County Master Gardeners annual Tour of Gardens. Join us for this self-directed tour through six unusual gardens—each may spark new ideas for your garden.

General tour tickets are $25 each. Tickets must be purchased in advance. General Tour tickets include the Posie Shoppe and “New to You Gift Shop,” where visitors can shop the wide variety of Master Gardener-grown plants and garden items.  You may order e-tickets below or purchase tickets in person with cash  or checks payable to Summit County Master Gardeners at the following:

The Bird Store & More

> 117 Merz Boulevard, Fairlawn
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> Graf Growers
> 1015 White Pond Drive, Copley
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> Dayton Nursery & Garden Center
> 3459 S. Cleveland-Massillon Road, Norton
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> Suncrest Gardens
> 5157 Akron-Cleveland Road, Peninsula
 
 
 
FOR ONLINE TOUR TICKETS ONLY :
SECRET GARDEN BREAKFAST

Become a Tour Sponsor and enjoy a catered breakfast in a seventh secret garden!

Along with a catered breakfast by Moe’s in a seventh secret garden, Sponsors can be first to shop the wide variety of Master Gardener-grown plants and garden items at the Posie Shoppe and New-to-You gift shop. Proceeds will support Summit County Master Gardeners projects, programs and initiatives promoting local research-based educational and good gardening practices.

Sponsor tickets are $125 Platinum or $100 Gold and include breakfast and a general tour ticket. The Tour of Gardens is a fundraiser. The Secret Garden is an opportunity for people to make an additional donation at each level to support Master Gardener Volunteers programs and mission. Secret Garden Sponsors will be recognized for their generosity in the Tour program as either a Platinum or Gold Sponsor. Sponsor tickets are available online first come, first served to a limited number beginning May 1. Reserve by June 14.

 

FOR SECRET GARDEN BREAKFAST SPONSOR TICKETS

Proceeds will support Summit County Master Gardeners projects, programs and initiatives
promoting local research-based educational and good gardening practices

We are mindful of the Covid uncertainty. We will follow all applicable Federal, State, and Local regulations and recommendations to enhance the safety of our members and guests.

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