The Garden Club of Henderson will host their 6th “Garden’s That Swing” garden tour on Saturday, June 18, 2016 from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m., rain or shine. Advance tickets can be purchased in Henderson at the Third Street House, Days Garden Center or the Depot at 101 Water Street.
On the day of the tour tickets can be purchased at any of the gardens.
There are unique features in every garden to enjoy. Come “Swing” through their gates!
Garden of Barbara & A.D. Sprague, 802 Craig Drive
Garden of Gail & Leo King, 935 Craig Drive
Garden of Annette & John Hudgions, 800 South Main
Garden of Iris Gentry, 221 Hancock Street
Garden of Herman Alles, 1308 Judson Place
Garden of Sandra Freeburger Deitz, 536 Chestnut
The Garden of Becky Sharp, 2380 Dundee Drive
The Garden of Pam & Dickie Johnson, 7553 Rucker 2 Road
The Garden of Amy & Wes Sights, 6451 Thorn Ridge Drive
Liberty and Justice are back on their nest and Alcoa now has two cameras to view them. There are two eggs already in the nest. These cameras are live footage and if you turn on your sound, you will feel like you are right there with them!
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We are excited to announce the gardens that will be featured in our June, 2014 “Gardens That Swing”. We know that you will once again find many things to love about this tour. Since pictures speak louder than words, please take a look. These gardens were photographed in August, 2013 but come June, they will be resplendent with early summer blooms.
The hidden garden of Dick and Shelia Beaven is an absolute delight!
The gazebo in the garden of Mary Ann and Howard Campbell is one of many things to admire in this rural landscape.
The garden of Virgil Hammontree offers quite solitude in downtown Henderson.
The garden of Pam & Mike Herron explodes with colorful blooms everywhere you look!
The garden of Joey & Amy Jameson features an outdoor living room with a stone fireplace.
Photographs do not do justice to this expansive property lovingly restored by Lowery-Iglehart and Houston Keach. It is a feast for the eyes, with flowers, large old trees,
vegetable garden, pool and more! Don’t miss “The Elms”!
Ruby Moon Winery has beautiful vineyard grounds where visitors can sample their award winning wines in their Tuscan-inspired tasting room and relax on the blue stone patio.
The expansive gardens of Eric Stinson definitely have the Wow factor. This garden has it all and not to be missed!
The garden of Andre and Louise Trawick is ever evolving but always lovely in any season. Perhaps you have admired it from its prominent location on South Water Street, but this is your chance to walk through its gate!
The columned porch of Nancy and Jerry Dalton just speaks southern charm and offers a grand place to pass the time and enjoy the fountain and colorful flowers.