Upcoming Events for Ohio
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June 1 Independence
Plants in the Park Plant Sale,
An annual day-long sale consists of a wide variety of plants grouped by cultural needs. Educational talks and demonstrations are conducted by master gardeners. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Free admission. Visit www.cuyahogamg.org or call (216) 429-8200.
June 5-9 Gambier
Schnormeier Gardens Open House,
8701 Layman Road, Gambier
Located on 75 acres in the gentle rolling hills of Central Ohio are the exquisite gardens of Ted and Ann Schnormeier. This is a once-a-year opportunity to visit the spectacular Schnormeier Gardens, which have a distinct Asian flavor featuring a variety of plantings, including rare conifers, which are rich in color and texture. These plantings are accentuated by large boulders, stone walls, waterfalls, unique sculptures and structures. The focal point of the property is the Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired home (interior of the home is not part of the public tour). Other structures on the property include a Japanese tea house, garden house, Chinese pavilion and arched bridge. Tours are self-guided. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Reservations are not required, although advance notice of groups visiting by bus would be appreciated. Free and open to the public (donations are welcome). Visit www.schnormeiergardens.org or call Carol Garner at (740) 397-7698.
June 12 through August 28 Cleveland
Gourmets in the Garden,
Cleveland Botanical Garden
Learn different cooking techniques and enjoy delicious dishes from some of Northeast Ohio’s top chefs. A different culinary master leads this popular cooking series each week on the terrace. 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Wednesdays. Costs $60/12-week series for members and $174/non-members. Register by visiting cbgarden.org or calling (216) 721-1600 ext. 100.
June 22 Akron
2013 Tour of Gardens,
Sponsored by the Summit County Master Gardeners, this will be a self-directed tour through several unique private garden homes. Seeing and experiencing these gardens may spark new ideas for your own garden. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tickets may be purchased in advance for $15 and will go on sale in area garden centers in May. Visit summitmastergardeners.org.
June 30 Columbus
German Village Haus and Garten Tour,
Held throughout German Village
Doors and garden gates open for the German Village Society’s 54th annual tour, a day-long celebration of innovative and renowned design, enchanting gardens and award-winning restorations. Guests are free to meander about at their own pace, while stopping to shop and dine at businesses throughout the village. 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., $20/person. Visit www.germanvillagetour.com or call (614) 221-8888.