|See what's being said about Garden Walk Buffalo...|
Here you'll find a few emails, articles, blog posts, videos and photo collections from Garden Walk 2010 responses we've collected.
"Garden Walk was one of the highlights of our trip to Buffalo this year. In Hawaii, we have flowers year-round, but the gardens in Buffalo were incredibly impressive. It was so much fun to see the hard-work and care that everyone puts into their yards and the event was like a big block party. We'll definitely try to make it to Garden Walk again in the future." - Deborah, Honolulu, Hawaii
"I was very proud of my town of Buffalo which influenced me as a boy with the beautiful buildings and world-class museums...as I showed it to my wife and friends. We ended with an impromptu picnic at the Japanese Garden on Sunday afternoon - the serenity and quiet environment was just what we needed as we sat on the boulders and looked at the water. My wife is a Master Gardener and wanted to see GardenWalk Buffalo - now she says, "it should be on every gardener's bucket list."- Frank, Chicago, IL
"My family, visiting from England, toured the gardens on Sunday, 25 July. They were amazed at your excellent organization and many volunteers. The gardens just 'blew them away!' They were thrilled with the flowers, marvelous homes and VERY FRIENDLY garden owners -- everyone was so welcoming. They return to England with stories to tell all their friends of an amazing city with flowers that can be compared with any English gardens!! Thank you again -- we had a wonderful time walking, taking photographs and meeting so many friendly folk from Buffalo." - Maragret
Blogs (leave a comment on these blogs - bloggers love comments!)
How to Garden: Get Inspired with Garden Tourism (HGTV Canada)
Gorgeous Gardens Blossom for 16th Annual Garden Walk (WIVB, Jacquie Walker blog)
Gardening is Contagious (Martha Stewart Living Garden Blog)
Garden Walk Buffalo - first stats are in (Garden Walk president Jim Charlier's blog)
If we grow it, will they come? (GardenRant.com)
For even more comments about Buffalo's gardens, from 70 garden bloggers, writers and editors from 23 different states and Canada, please visit here.