If you’ve got a green thumb — or want to — going on a garden tour may be the perfect way to get inspired to start a vegetable garden.
The Greenwich Land Trust is working with Greenwich Community Gardens for the Tour De Veggie event on Thursday, July 27, from 10:00am to 3:00pm.
This self-guided tour gives you access to some amazing vegetable and kitchen gardens in Greenwich thanks to a collaboration between Greenwich Land Trust and Greenwich Community Gardens.
People will also have a chance to learn from experienced gardeners and improve their own green thumbs.
The Tour de Veggie will highlight the amazing vegetable and kitchen gardens found throughout the Greenwich Community. The goal is to inspire our neighbors to grow food in their backyards that will not only benefits our entire community but provides food for pollinators who help to ensure a healthy ecosystem.
Guest will visit six exceptional private and community vegetable gardens located throughout Greenwich.
Tickets purchased after July 20th will be available for pick up at Greenwich Land Trust.
Delicious boxed lunches from Happiness Is. . . Catering are available for purchase, Click here.
Tickets are available online here. This is a great chance to learn more about sustainable gardening.
Tuesday July 25 was the last day to order a boxed lunch and ticket to patron picnic with Winston Rider performing. If you purchase a patron level ticket you can enjoy a casual picnic among fellow gardeners in GLT’s Mueller Preserve’s vegetable garden following the tour, 5:30 – 8:00pm.
Winston Rider, is a singer, songwriter and guitarist. His musical talents and songwriting ability was acknowledged in December 2021 when he was selected by iHeart Radio and Z100 New York as the opening act for the 2021 Jingle Ball concert in New York City. Rider performed live at the Z100 Jingle Ball – All Access Lounge at the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York on December 10, 2021; kicking off one of the biggest music events of the year www.winstonrider.com
Greenwich Land Trust conserves open space, connects our community with the natural world, and inspires the next generation of conservationists.
Greenwich Community Gardens is a 501c3 non-profit organization. We create organic community gardening opportunities and support a sustainable food culture. We promote community building, garden education, environmental health, and wellness.They direct three community gardens in Greenwich, CT: Armstrong Court Community Garden, Bible Street Community Garden, and the Culinary Wellness Garden at Nathaniel Witherell.