Weston Tricentennial Tour

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The Weston Garden Club had an inspired idea for a way to celebrate the town’s Tricentennial: A Garden Tour. Today, in celebration of Weston’s 300th Anniversary, nine gardens were open to tour. Those of us who have organized garden tours, or have opened our own gardens on tour,  know the amount of energy, time and organization that a garden tour requires. Here then is a toast to the Tricentennial of Weston, Massachusetts, and to the Weston Garden Club. Enjoy some discreet photos from today’s tour.

A comfortable place to sit
A comfortable place to sit
A blod entrance
A bold entrance
Garden Art
Garden Art
Ducks in a row
Ducks in a row
Pot o' Bird House
Pot o’ Bird House
A rare sight: bee hives in a suburban garden
A rare sight: bee hives in a suburban garden

6 thoughts on “Weston Tricentennial Tour

  1. I love a good garden tour. I almost always come away from them with new inspiration, and they have been an important part of my education as a gardener. Thanks for sharing this one.

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  2. What great photos, would love to have been able to experience. Particularly liked the bird house and “bold entrance”, great ideas that seem really innovative for New England! Thanks for sharing

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