For the last twenty years, the Georgetown Garden Walk has been a beloved tradition in Seattle’s historic Georgetown neighborhood. Always on the second Sunday in July, this year’s festival falls on July 10, from 10am to 5pm. The Garden Walk is a free, self-guided tour of gardens, artist studios, shops and restaurants in the area. If you aren’t already familiar with the unique splendor that is Georgetown, the Georgetown Garden Walk makes the perfect introduction to this unique and happening Seattle neighborhood. Georgetown Garden Walk’s website describes the event’s illustrious history like so:
Why does the Georgetown Garden Walk resonates with fellow gardeners? We’re a truly walkable tour with over 30 gardens and nurseries that reflect a distinctive style and personality. Most gardens are a typical Seattle lot size. Creative use of reclaimed and found objects highlight the gardens. This makes for a unique and friendly environment to grow your garden passions.
Free maps will be made available at the Bank of America parking lot (1112 South Bailey St). No reservations or tickets required!
And be sure to check out Cross Pollinate as well, which you can learn more about on the event’s facebook page.
21st Annual Georgetown Garden Walk
When: Sunday, July 10, 10am – 5pm