2020 Garden Tour
Due to the uncertainty of the corona virus and the importance of putting public health first, the 2020 Garden Tour and Botanical Boutique will be postponed until June 9, 2021. See you NEXT YEAR!
Bethlehem Garden Club’s 24th Annual Garden Tour
Looking for inspiration for your garden? Want to stroll through a variety of
gardens – small, medium, and large – and talk to the owners about their plantings, hardscape, and maintenance? The 2020 Garden Tour of the Bethlehem Garden Club has been postponed until June 9, 2021. You will be able to view gardens of varying sizes selected to showcase the beautiful flora and landscape in the town of Bethlehem. Travel with ease in your own vehicle on this self-guided tour to view each of the stops along the way. Garden owners and Club members are available at each garden to provide direction and answer questions.
Garden Tour Tickets
Ticket sales are on the day of the tour ONLY. The cost remains at $15 a person, and this is the twelfth year at the same low cost. The “ticket” is a brochure with a map, driving directions, descriptions of each garden, and local restaurant discounts available to ticket holders on the day of the tour. Tickets are available for purchase between 4:00 and 6:00 at the Delmar Presbyterian Church (585 Delaware Avenue, corner of Delaware and Cherry Avenues) or in the PARKING LOT of the Slingerlands Price Chopper Plaza (NOT in the store.) Both ticket locations are “drive-thru” so you do not have to leave your car – but you WILL want to stop at the new Botanical Boutique. See below …
2020 Botanical Boutique
Choose from a selection of beautiful pots and crafts to add color and interest to your garden. Purchase a decorated container and an annual and we will pot it for you. We have other hand painted surprises for you as well as a selection of annuals. Come and browse our boutique for gifts for yourself or others. The Botanical Boutique is held at the Delmar Presbyterian Church from 3:00 – 7:00, or as long as supplies last!
Proceeds from the Garden Tour and the Botanical Boutique support public gardens and other community enhancement projects of the Bethlehem Garden Club.