Kickoff party opens Buffalo’s National Garden Festival

Among the gardeners enjoying the festivities to kick off the National Garden Festival in Buffalo on Thursday, June 17 were, from left, Steve Bellus; Craig Coyne, chair of the Snyder-CleveHill garden walk; Candy Clark; Bard Basswood, who is doing an impression of an oak, and Gary DiNezza. The event was held at the Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens.

The National Garden Festival takes all of the garden walks in our area, throws in amazing extra events, and comes up with a five-week festival that will draw in tourists as well as hometown Western New Yorkers. You can visit more than 900 gardens on the 17 walks.

A full list of events is available at the National Garden Festival in Buffalo web site.

2 Comments on “Kickoff party opens Buffalo’s National Garden Festival

  1. Hi Connie,
    I enjoyed reading your website. I am glad to have met you tonight. As you suggested, I will send you a few photos of “Waterscape”, name of our garden. As a matter of fact, if you have time, you are welcome to come and see our garden. We would love your comments and critique. Jaime and Linda

  2. Jaime and Linda,
    Thanks so much for your kind words! I’ll contact you by e-mail.
    Best,
    Connie

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