Tickets to the Wimberley Garden Weekend Garden Tour are limited. Only 350 will be sold.
Tickets are now on sale at Wimberley Visitors Center, 14100 Ranch Road 12, next to Brookshires.
Reserve your tickets by sending an email to email@example.com.
May 9th, 2015 - Buy tickets at the Visitor Center and the individual gardens on tour day (if available).
Ticket Cost- $15.00.
Discounts for groups of 10 or more in advance
There will be a short description of each garden, and a map on the back of the ticket.
Refreshments will be served.
Native plants lovingly grown by Wimberley Garden club members will be sold.
Spoke Hill Road
This garden includes a spring fed lake, a swimming pool, a garden studio, and a greenhouse. Native plants and unique specimens cover hills and surround the house with color. Wildflowers bloom on the hillsides where there are pathways.
This beautifully landscaped garden surrounds this home with color. Whimsical scenes add to the beauty and the view of the Blanco River adds to the serenity of this property.
Flite Acres Rd
This is a landscaped garden, home was built in Spring of 2014, overlooking the Blanco River with native plants and sweeping views.
Tom Keyser's Aquaponics garden on Thomas Oaks Drive is in the River Oaks neighborhood. This should be fascinating.
Cypress Creek Lane
A wonderful large garden with a 100 year old home that was moved from Austin and remodeled. A garden path circles the property and a whimsical studio adds charm. Rain water collection provides for the home and the property. The studio has a composting toilet. And the view from the hill gives an astounding picture of Cypress Creek below.
Loma Vista Rd
This amazing garden sits at the end of Cypress Creek before it pours into the Blanco River. Native plants, water collection, a fenced vegetable garden, and amazing views are highlights of this truly exceptional garden.
This home and garden are literally powered by water and provide a glorious view of the Blanco River. There are water features, lush landscapes, and unique garden elements. This garden is truly a show-stopper!
Proceeds will be used by the Wimberley Garden Club to fund contributions to the Wimberley area community. For more information, call 512-847-5366.