Things To Do Huntsville: Spring Garden Tour

By: Huntsville Real Estate Expert Mike Manosky On June 3, 2014
The Historic Huntsville Foundation is sponsoring the first annual Spring Garden Tour of five private gardens in the heart of the Twickenham and Old Town historic districts on Saturday, June 7.  Located on spring garden tourRandolph Avenue and Calhoun Street, the featured gardens are in easy walking distance and offer a wonderful opportunity to enjoy our city’s oldest historic districts in full bloom on a glorious late spring day.

There is a diverse group of gardens that will appeal to everyone – from the informal garden that peeks from behind a bungalow to the more formal, structured garden that graciously embraces a federal style home.  Four of the gardens were designed by noted Huntsville artist and gardener Bill Nance.  Bill designed many of the gardens featured in the HHF coffee table book, Through the Garden Gate: The Gardens of Historic Huntsville and this tour is a rare opportunity to experience the work of a true master.

Date: Saturday, June 7, 2014
Tour Time: 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
Cost: $10, tickets available in advance at Harrison Brothers Hardware or at the gardens the day of
Details: Self-guided tour

    • 100 Calhoun Street
    • 600 Randolph Avenue
    • 421 Randolph Avenue
    • 415 Randolph Avenue
    • 413 Randolph Avenue

Bonus: Garden Party, $35, 6:00 – 8:30 pm, 410 Randolph Street

Information provided by MIke Manosky, Huntsville AL real estate broker with Re/MAX Alliance.

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