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July 11 & 12

11am - 5pm

• 2015 •

GardenWalk Cleveland is a free, self-guided tour of gardens, urban farms, vineyards and orchards in several neighborhoods of Cleveland, Ohio.

Tremont Flower Pots
Detroit Shoreway corner yard
Full Frontal Lilies
Backyard Garden
House Front
People with GardenWalk Guide
Yellow Lilies
Garden Fountain

1. Choose a Neighborhood


2. Visit the Headquarters


3. Pick up a Guide


4. Explore!


July 11 and 12, 2015

GardenWalk Cleveland is a free, self-guided tour of gardens, urban farms, vineyards and orchards in several neighborhoods of Cleveland, Ohio.

Tour at your own pace in each of the  designated neighborhoods on Saturday July 11, and Sunday July 12, 2015 from 11am to 5pm.

Each neighborhood on the Walk has a headquarters where you’ll find car parking, bike parking, restrooms, water and maps.

Volunteer to Help at the Headquarters July 11th or 12th

How to do the GardenWalk

  1. Get a GardenWalk Guide: Guides will be available at each Headquarters, or downloadable here in PDF format.
  2. Choose a neighborhood to begin in.
  3. Go to that neighborhood's Headquarters on Saturday or Sunday to check-in and learn last minute details. 
  4. Explore...

Check out the FAQ for more...

Dig Deeper

There are a few ways you can get more involved with GardenWalk Cleveland:

GardenWalk Cleveland is a program of LAND Studio.

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GardenWalk 2015 comes to 5 Cleveland neighborhoods:

Check out the neighborhood pages for maps and listings of gardens.

Meet the Winner of the 2015 Raffle

Jonathan Gauchat-Raffle Winner

Jonathan Gauchat is the winner of the GardenWalk Cleveland 2015 raffle! Jonathan won a wheelbarrow filled with gardening supplies, and a one-year family membership to the Cleveland Botanical Gardens. 

Gauchat grew up in Shaker Heights and graduated from Shaker Heights High school in 2014. He is a first year student at the Culinary School at Cuyahoga Community College. He is  interested in learning about the relationship between plants and the food we eat.

Jonathan's mother and two brothers live in Shaker Heights, his father passed away two years ago. He credits his mother with instilling in him an interest in growing food as she always had a vegetable garden which provided the family with fresh vegetables each year. He now lives in the Buckeye neighborhood and works in the community garden next door to his house.

Photo: Jan Kious

Printable Maps

Complete GardenWalk guides will be available for free at each neighborhood Headquarters, but you can also download and print your own neighborhood maps here:

Pick Up a Garden Guide at Neighborhood Headquarters

Free Garden Touring Guides will be available at all the GardenWalk neighborhood headquarters. Please stop by the headquarters to pick up your guide and drop off your CGW postcard so you will be eligibile for our Grand Prize!

Detroit Shoreway: The Labyrinth at West 65th Street and Clinton

Larchmere: East 127th and Larchmere Blvd

Old Brooklyn: O'Reilly Auto Parts at 4280 Fulton Road

Slavic Village: Elevate Gallery at 3685 East 65th Street

West Park: West Park Station at 17015 Lorain Avenue

Each neighborhood headquarter will offer a certified Master Gardener to help with any questions you may have about gardening. They will be available from Noon-2PM on Saturday and Sunday.

Gardener Stories

The house on Claasen looks like any other house on the street, but when I start walking down the drive I glimpse the magical kingdom in the back yard.  Tony Zajac has lived in this house

 Rosana was 4 years old when she immigrated with her family from Italy. Gardening is in her genes.