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GW gardener's coffee grounds grounds

Jake Casella, Spot Coffee Elmwood Store Manager & Head Barista, has written a post on his blog, Buffalo Brewing, about Tom Halloran, a Garden Walk gardener (and ardent GW committee member of many years). The topic? The three tons of coffee grounds (that's right,TONS) Tom has collected and worked into his garden soil. Read about Tom's great-smelling garden here.

 
Garden Walk gardener quoted in Wall Street Journal on "hellstrips"

Great Garden Walk Buffalo gardener Ellie, in Buffalo's Cottage District, was quoted in the Wall Street Journal last week in an article about hellstrips, the area between road and sidewalk.

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See what's being said about Garden Walk Buffalo...

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Here you'll find a few emails, articles, blog posts, videos and photo collections from Garden Walk 2010 responses we've collected.

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Garden writers & bloggers LOVE Buffalo gardens

Buffa10Badge270 garden bloggers from 23  states and Canada visited Buffalo for a "sneak peek" of Garden Walk Buffalo. There are now 70 gardeners that have fallen for our gardens and gardening community (and art and architecture). Most wish they had something like Buffalo has in their own communities. Organized by Garden Walk president Jim Charlier and Buffalo Spree editor, Elizabeth Licata (both garden bloggers), it may be the first garden tour to ever get a standing ovation. The bloggers have been writing and posting photos about their trip to Buffalo. Jump to the next page to see what they're saying.

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Buffalo garden gets eight-page spread in national magazine

The summer 2010 issue of Garden Ideas and Outdoor Living (a Better Homes & Gardens Specialty Publication) features the Victorian garden of Jennifer & Jim Guercio, on Delavan Avenue, including many photos and an overhead, illustrated, map of their city property.

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Horticulture magazine article on GW

altThere's a six-page article about Garden Walk Buffalo (written by our own Elizabeth Licata, of Garden Rant/Gardening While Intoxicated) in the current issue of Horticulture (June/July 2010).

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Making Buffalo a great garden destination

Garden Walk Buffalo is a free, self-guided tour of 406 Buffalo gardens, the largest garden tour in America. Held annually on the last weekend of July, in 2017 it will be Saturday and Sunday, July 29 and 30 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

"There are Japanese gardens, English gardens, Russian gardens (i.e., barely controlled wildernesses) and what I would call Buffalo gardens - eclectic, funky mixes in which found objects and exotic-looking surrounding rooftops figure prominently." - Atlantic.com

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