May 15 is the deadline to sign up to share your garden on Garden Walk Buffalo. New this year: the Parkside and Park Meadow neighborhoods are part of Garden Walk Buffalo!
Garden Walk Buffalo previously extended from the Niagara River to Main Street and from Canalside to the Scajaquada. Now the walk will also include the Park Meadow and Parkside neighborhoods from Nottingham Terrace to Amherst Street and from Elmwood Avenue to Main Street as well as the area bound by Colvin Avenue and Crescent Street.
You can sign up here.
Garden Walk Buffalo is celebrating its 25th anniversary.
There’s no contest and no prizes; the objective of the garden walk has always been to encourage neighborhood beautification and to promote community pride. Just fill out the registration form and your garden can become part of this event. The only requirement is that your garden be within the geographical boundaries of Garden Walk Buffalo.
Your garden doesn’t need to be perfect; no one’s ever is. Gardens range from large properties to a few square feet – it’s the diversity that makes this event a success.
You decide how much access to give visitors. If you want people to see only your front garden, that is up to you. On the registration form and on the lawn sign that will provided to you, you can indicate front, side and/or back gardens.
Garden Walk Buffalo will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, July 28 and 29.
It is the largest free garden tour in the country. About 400 residences and businesses throughout Buffalo open their creative urban gardens for more than 60,000 visitors from around the U.S., Canada, and beyond. Garden Walk Buffalo has an estimated economic impact of $4.5 million.