From the DeKalb Master Gardener Association: DMGA Spring Garden Tour - April 28, 2012. The DeKalb Master Gardener Association (DMGA) is sponsoring a "DMGA Spring Garden Tour" on Saturday, April 28, from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Three private gardens of DMGA members will be opened to the public. Located in Dunwoody, Chamblee, and Druid Hills communities, the gardens demonstrate the diverse gardening styles and opportunities in DeKalb County.
Over a hundred plants have been dug from each respective garden and will be available for sale. Visitors will have an opportunity to see the plants that are for sale as grown in the host garden being toured. Proceeds will go toward the horticultural scholarships that are awarded annually by DMGA to University of Georgia and Gwinnett Technical College students
The cost is $10 per person, or $15 per couple, for entrance to any or all three gardens. Tickets will be available at any garden. Tickets are also available at The Garden Enthusiast on Main Street in Tucker and at Gone to the Dogs on Broad Street in Chamblee.
The ticket includes directions to each garden; driving maps will also be available at the gardens. The gardens on the tour are as follows: [Read more]