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Backyard Garden Tours

2017 Backyard Garden Tours

In our third year, The Highland Fling Garden Tour has some fun surprises.  At the Summers’ home with clever use of authentic antiques you find a miniature gas station on a stop around their modest sized yard that is packed with fun for young an old.  At the Webb home there is a tree house that is linked seamlessly into their paths winding through a yard.   Their wandering paths tell a new story every time with something new blooming from spring until fall.  At the Holdman home you find a forest with hidden trails and a very nature inspired arrangement that begs you to explore.  The Williams are doing double service this year to be in our garden tour as they participated in the Utah County Hidden Garden Tour in June.  Go to  
http://hiddengarden.org to find wonderful descriptions of their yards. Of special note is the unique pizza oven at the Williams. But this is just a small tease.  There is not room to highlight all the treasures you will find at each of the homes on our tour.  Our tour is small and can easily be seen in one evening but be sure to take the time to wander. Each yard has a story that is so fun to discover.  The tour has moved earlier in the week to Tuesday and Wednesday to accommodate the fun filled Fling calendar.  Be sure to make this a part of your tradition.  

These amazing gardens will be open for tours:

Gary and Lori Summers 9841 N 6020 W

Errol and Janet Webb 6378 W 9960 N

Glade and Lucie Holman 6391 W. 9960 N

Neal and Domonique Williams 6848 W 10300 N

Dates: Tuesday, Aug 1st & Wednesday, Aug 2nd
Time: 6-8 p.m. each day
Cost: Free