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9 8 ] www.tusclibrary.org JULY 9TH | 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM TICKETS| $15 Enjoy a self-guided tour of seven different gardens in and around Tuscarawas County. Garden Tour Fundraiser NOTES FOR A PLEASANT TOUR: 1. Purchase tickets early-- a limited number of tickets are available. 2. Tickets are available for purchase at our five TCPL locations: Main, Bolivar, Strasburg, Sugarcreek, and Tuscarawas. 3. Start early so you can visit all of the sites. 4. Please wear shoes you can walk in safely and comfortably. Touring the gardens will involve walking and may involve uneven ground. 5. You may tour the sites in any order you choose, and we hope you stick around to enjoy the wonderful restaurants in the area. 6. Once you have your ticket, keep it with you throughout the tour. You will be required to present it upon entry at each garden. 7. Addresses for each garden can be found on the back of your ticket. 8. In the event of rain, a rain date has been established for July 10th from 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM. 9. For more information call 330-364-4474 ext. 221. ----------------- Presented by the Friends of the Tuscarawas County Public Library - NP ----------------- RAIN DATE: JULY 10TH 9:00 AM-3:00 PM ----------------- Benefiting the Tuscarawas County Public Library Foundation ----------------- CUT FLOWER FARM SCULPTURES DAYLILY GARDEN RAISED GARDEN BEDS EDIBLE LANDSCAPING WATERFALLS ----------------- 1. A Simpler Thyme — Located in Fresno, you will find numerous raised garden beds containing herbs, flowers, and vegetables on this small hobby farm cared for by a Certified Master Herbalist. 2. Edelweiss Ridge — Drive through the woods to this secluded home to see beautiful views of Sugarcreek’s wildflower meadows. Enjoy the free roaming animals on the property as you explore the straw bale gardens. 3. Nostalgic Gardens — The flower gardens around this historic home in Ragersville follow the properties iron fencing and surround the house. Guest can view a variety of annuals and perennials including hydrangeas, roses, zinnias, and more. 4. Pondview Gardens — Follow the stone walkways around this hillside Fresno property to look at the 500 varieties of daylilies mixed with hostas, oriental and asiatic lilies. Rock accent borders and additional perennials complete the beautiful landscaping. 5. Sons Field Farm — View the abundance of annuals, perennials, and vegetables at this garden oasis in Ragersville. The edible landscape includes berry bushes, grape arbor, fruit trees, and more. 6. Sweetwater Farm — Enjoy this garden centered around production for the family’s farm market in Sugarcreek. Guest can walk through the rows and see what flowers are blooming and vegetables are producing. 7. Water Lotus Garden — This exquisite roadside property in Ragersville features an array of sculptures nestled in the landscaping. Enjoy the calming sounds of water from the ponds and waterfalls while relaxing in the pavilion or gazebos.

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