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Written by Ozaukee Press   
Wednesday, 28 June 2017 19:43

“Big Places and Small Spaces” is the theme for this year’s garden walk in Port Washington.
    The walk, which is sponsored by the Port Washington Garden Club, will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, July 8, and feature five gardens.
    Four of the gardens are in the City of Port Washington and the fifth is in the Town of Grafton.
    The largest garden covers three acres and the smallest is part of a small fenced-in patio.
    Joan Stewart, chairman of the walk, said visitors will find dozens of ideas on how to make every size garden look good using annuals, perennials, hardscaping, inexpensive containers and thrift-shop finds.
    “Visitors will see raised-bed vegetable gardens, cozy seating areas, bird and butterfly gardens and ponds stocked with fish,” Stewart said.
    Tickets to the walk are $5 and may be purchased at each of the gardens on July 8. There is no charge for students and children.
    The participating gardens in Port are at 511 S. Garfield Ave., 746 W. Grand Ave., 404 W. Michigan St. and 405 W. Michigan St. The Town of Grafton garden is at 559 Starboard Ct.
    Proceeds from the walk go toward community projects and scholarships.
    For more information, call Stewart at 284-7451 or visit www.portgardenclub.org.

 
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