These are highlights from a previous tour
Visit Wimberley for this year's dates!
Here's a little about each of these beautiful featured Wimberley gardens.
Denise Clark and Jack
Denise Clark and Jack Hart have chosen the perfect name
for their place: Heaven on the River. A beautiful cottage garden with winding limestone
walks and whimsical statuary, a grotto, refreshments on the porch with a view of the
Koi Creek Nursery and the
Poco Rio Water Garden
Koi Creek Nursery and the Poco Rio Water Garden is an
excellent incorporation of a natural setting into a commercial enterprise. Koi Pond,
Harwell's sculpture, stacked cedar fencing and cedar mulch walks meandering among
beautiful plants create a lovely setting for browsing through shops.
Lucy and Gordon Dysart
Lucy and Gordon Dysart share with us their setting nestled
in a grove of old oaks. Beautiful plants and ferns hanging in the trees and nature paths
leading to a vegetable garden and through the woods demonstrate how savvy gardeners can
creatively coexist with roaming deer.
Kay and Max Schroeder
Kay and Max Schroeder have created an absolutely beautiful
garden in four short years, including a waterfall made from huge native boulders, a bridge
crossing over the water and gorgeous plants everywhere. Kay's artistic eye is evident
wherever you look.
Mary and Bob Fulton
Mary and Bob Fulton welcome you into their courtyard
garden through rustic Mexican doors. Working the miracle of growing beautiful plants with
little soil...even using a jackhammer to dig...the Fultons have helped the flowers spread
and flourish. Lush buffalo grass, wild flowers, and a view of the hills await you.
Julie and Greg Jenkins
Julie and Greg Jenkins greet you with a cowboy standing at
the gate. A beautiful water garden with several levels of waterfalls and lovely water
plants, pots of succulents and banana trees in unlikely places, and a pond stocked with
fish from local waters will delight you here.
Wimberley Garden Club
Gardening in the Hill Country
Smart in the Central Texas Hill Country