Upcoming chance to explore local gardens

June 10, 2013 by  

The Library Benefit at the Mt. Shasta Garden Tour gives guests a chance to learn more about how to grow plants, foster a green thumb, and enjoy the beauty of all things natural.

Local businesses in Redding who wish to support the Library Benefit at the Mt. Shasta Garden Tour will surely have an opportunity to gain some publicity. Getting hold of a few simple pieces from flyer printing companies, for example, is a non-invasive way to interest new customers.

Held at the base of Mt. Shasta, the Library Benefit Garden Tour will have a variety of plants on display and several knowledgeable staff members to answer any questions. The Spring Hill Nursery Gardens truly create an otherworldly experience behind the front gate.

Guests will enjoy statuary, pottery, and mature trees lining the pathways around the two-acre nursery. Unique, themed gardens such as the deer resistant garden and the conifer garden offer creative inspiration. In addition, each guest at the Library Benefit has the opportunity to purchase live plants to take home and nurture as a lasting reminder of the tour, perhaps with the newfound garden knowledge picked up during the tour.

The tour is to take place on Saturday, June 22. Each guest is required to make a minimum donation of $15 as an entry fee. The event is open from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm at the Spring Hill Nursery Gardens, the address of which is 1234 Nixon Road – it is located across the street from the Headwaters City Park.