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Marshall Advisor and Chronicle (Newspaper) - July 4, 2015, Marshall, MichiganBy Mary Tinsley Young advisor amp Chro Mcle and Marty Overhiser Marshall Garden club next weekend july 11 and 12, Marks the 25th annual Marshall area Garden clubs Quot Welcome to my Garden Quot tour. Hours of the 2015 event Are 10 . 4 . Both Days rain or Shine. Throughout the year Gardener Gordy Toyzan makes sure that Oakhill looks Quot just so Quot for visitors including those who will enjoy the upcoming Welcome to my Garden tour. Promoting both the upcoming Garden tour and quilt show Are Karla and Mike love. Quot Garden sizes Range from those populating a Large estate to others tucked away on Small City lots. Tour guests will find Beautiful collections of perennials colourful annuals plants in re purposed containers fairy gardens Bamboo 200-year-old Oak Trees specimen Trees and shrubs pools Ponds water features hard scapes potting Sheds out buildings. Ii i rubik a my \ it Iff Ltd is. Spring into summer with a new you mansion Street medical weight f to m p it d v a if a new food a new medications a new you a revised by Ysa Bartlett now offering. Vertu Green laser a body contouring a cellulite reduction 215 fast mansion Street suite 3d Marshall my 49068 pm 269 781 1183 fax 269 781-9248 3600 capital ave so suite 205 Battle Creek i 49015 pm 269 719 8046 fax 269 719 8049 outdoor entertainment spaces screened in porches for afternoon Tea Garden Art statuary and a log Cabin that we Schuler built in the 1950s for his card playing and Cigar smoking. A handmade quilt will be displayed in each of the gardens to highlight the quilt show at Marshall High school open to the Public the same Days As the tour. Every year for 25 years members of the Marshall area Garden club have organized and coordinated visits to private gardens proceeds from these annual Tours Are used by the club to fund various Community projects including Flower plantings around Fountain Circle and planting and maintaining the Garden at Carver Park at the East end of downtown. The objectives of the club include enhancing a love of gardening encouraging Home and Community beautification promoting better horticultural practice and encouraging All forms of con ser v action. On tour weekend 2015, a Garden Market will be open from 10 . To 5 p a each Day. Visitors to 619 s. Mar shall ave. Will find an assortment of Garden items including plants Honey hoes a shirts Art. Antiques and a Cess ones turn South from f. Michigan ave. On s. Marshall ave., and drive 1/2 mile to Comer of fair St. Jul s mat shall a it. In ated Neit to the Fairgrounds behind the h i Henn budding for More information a Arden Market july ii and 12 10 a a to 5 619 s. Marshall ave. Near the Fatran hods Becky and Matt Samra take a break from getting their gardens ready for the july 11 and 12 tour. About the Market Call 269-781-9291. On tour this year Crosby Garden Mary and Chuck Crosby 609 Ventura Way this Small Urban Garden is approximately 20 years old and includes perennials from the couple s former Home in Marshall. Two featured Trees Are the Dawn Redwood and Witch Hazel t he owners enjoy statuary and wind Chimes throughout the space. See tour i Pege 12 also that Day Cal co a utters Guild Quot quilts in blooms july 11 and 12 10 . 4 Marshall High school Matty and Lucy vow Tiisler members of the Marshall area Garden club say adv or Ltd chronicle july 4, 2015 Page 2
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