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Saturday, June 30
12:00 noon - 4:00pm
Reception to Follow 4:30 pm - 6:00pm


The tour will be in Northwest Philadelphia where we will visit several very different and wonderful gardens.

In Germantown we will see Nicole Juday’s garden at the home she lovingly and beautifully restored. Nicole loves roses and roses will be the star at this stop.

In East Falls we explore the fantastic garden of Suzanne Penn.

In Mt.  Airy the gardens of Tony and Jenny Aiello and Syd Carpenter are on our list. You may have seen the article in Grow featuring Syd’s garden. 

The reception will be at the garden of Najjia Mahmoud and Mark Sellers who live at Awbury arboretum.

There will be food and beverages at the reception and there will again be our popular raffle offering great items donated by our members. The raffle tickets are cash or check only and you must be present to win.

This tour is an opportunity to see some gardens not on the tour for some time and others that are new to the tour. Please don’t miss this. 

To register for the Members Garden Tour, click here

Since this is a members’ only event, you are invited to bring a friend/family member but they must sign up as a HPS member. Dues are $35.00 for one year and $60.00 for two years. The dues cover two members of the same household. Payment by cash or check only payable at the first garden you visit.  To sign up in advance for a HPS membership, click here.

If interested in volunteering or have questions,  email vicepresident@hardyplant.org





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The Hardy Plant Society/Mid-Atlantic Group (HPS/MAG)

We are a not-for-profit volunteer organization for gardeners in the Mid-Atlantic region. We encourage gardeners - from beginners to professionals - to learn more about horticulture and to share their skills, knowledge, and plants with each other.  Members gather throughout the year to visit gardens and nurseries in the Delaware Valley. We sponsor plant sales, trips, seminars, and lectures about plants, ecology, design, propagation, and conservation.