A spectacular garden tour in Niagara-on-the-Lake organized by the Guild of the Shaw Festival is coming up for the public. This year’s tour features a formal knot garden with beautifully shaped boxwoods on an amazing acre of manicured property. You will also visit a Japanese inspired garden in a private courtyard with a pond surrounded by wisteria and clematis. Other gardens feature outdoor living areas, ponds, pools with waterfalls, many varieties of perennials and trees including Japanese Larch, Japanese Pea tree, Ginko, and magnificent tree peonies.


Both small and large gardens are awaiting your visit. Stroll through the finest exclusive gardens in Niagara-on-the-Lake on Saturday, June 4 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m with eight gardens in total with each property having a feature sheet as well as a Master Gardener in attendance to answer questions.


Tickets to this one-day self-guided tour are $25 each and can be purchased at the Shaw Festival Box Office, online at shawfest.com/gardentour or by calling 1-800-511-7429.

All proceeds from this annual event go to the Shaw Festival Theatre Endowment Fund – a permanent fund which generates investment income for the maintenance and support of the Shaw Festival.

The Shaw Guild Annual Garden Tour is made possible by the support of garden owners, Master Gardener and local sponsors, including Mori Gardens, Bravo Niagara, eSkoot Niagara, Il Gelato di Carlotta, Niagara-on-the-Lake Realty, Phil’s Valu-Mart, Reif Estate Winery, Simpson’s Pharmacies, and The Village at Niagara, along with William King, Willow Slingerland and Neil Viola.

About the Shaw Guild

The Shaw Guild is an organization of volunteers who promote interest in and support of the Festival and its activities. Guild members are advocates for The Shaw, while promoting community support for the Festival. More information can be found at shawguild.ca.
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