Garden Club tour Saturday |

Garden Club tour Saturday

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Summit Daily/Reid WilliamsThe Summit County Garden Club's tour will feature stops at scenic spots such as Mike and Betsy Cuthbertson's koi garden pond in Frisco.

SUMMIT COUNTY – The Summit County Garden Club is holding its 14th annual Garden Tour on Saturday.Participants must register between 8:30 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. at the Summit County Community and Senior Center near Frisco where people will notice a garden planted by the Summit Seniors, funded by a Garden Club donation.Tickets are $15 and participants are given a guide book and directions to the specific garden locations.Proceeds from the tour will be returned to the community through the club’s grant program.

This year’s featured gardeners include: * Joanne and Richard Masica of Frisco who worked together to create an elaborate mixed garden surrounding their home. * Gwen and Ed Salmon of Frisco who feature a shade garden. Being English, they have tried to keep it like an English country garden with very little structure and also a smattering of wild flowers throughout. * Mike and Betsy Cuthbertson of Frisco who have numerous raised rock gardens with hundreds of plants, trees and shrubs. The garden also features a Koi pond with waterplants and lush waterfall.

* Bill and Joan Houlton of Keystone who feature an example of a natural mountain garden. * Linda and Mike Clem of Keystone whose country garden, set along the Snake River, offers many beautiful views and many interesting sculpture pieces. * Jane and Klaus Hendrix of Peak 7 near Breckenridge have built a “Mountain View Experimental Garden” that is home to more than 700 species of native and non-native flowering plants, most of which arose from seed sown in the outdoor nursery. * Jerry and Patricia Williams of Breckenridge whose gardens were designed to enhance the intimacy of the Williams’ home overlooking a meadow and commanding mountain views to the West.

* Katie and Rick McCool of Breckenridge whose garden features a magnificent rock wall with unique ground covers and perennials in the front bank of the yard with pansy beds lining the walk. * Karen and Steve West of Breckenridge who live at The Wedding House and feature many native species incorporated into the garden of this historical house which was built in 1893. For more information, visit Special to the Daily

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