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Master Gardeners present 'Thru the Garden Gate' garden walk Saturday          Send a link to a friend

[JUNE 19, 2006]  "Thru the Garden Gate," the 2006 garden walk sponsored by the University of Illinois Logan County Master Gardeners, is scheduled for 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, rain or shine.

This year's gardens will offer new ideas in water gardening, the Oriental influence, an English cottage garden, stone features, native plant gardening, whimsy, a shade garden, and climbing vines and roses.

Hosts who have agreed to open their gardens for the tour are:

  • Bob and Lynne Neal, Scully Estates, 1047 1750th St.

  • Dave and Karen Harmer, 10 Oakwood Drive

  • John and Diane Williamson, 31 Illini Drive

  • Judy Wolpert, 521 Second St.

  • Allen and Lori Kruger, 606 N. Hamilton St.

  • Jim and Peg Kuhlman, 134 DeBruler Drive

  • Ernst and Carol Nemeth, 404 Tremont St.

  • Chuck and Elaine Lindstrom, 215 Tremont St.

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Tickets are available in advance for $8 each at the Logan County Extension office, 980 N. Postville Drive; Graue Inc., 1905 N. Kickapoo; Lincoln Antiques and Furniture, 112 S. McLean; and from Master Gardeners. Tickets can also be purchased for $10 each at the gardens the day of the walk.

[Provided by Mary Moore]

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