Posted by Greta De Meyer
2016-02-26 15:58

2017 is Here!

We're working hard to bring you fantastic neighborhood garden tours in Cleveland.  Watch the News page for the latest updates on workshops, classes, and other offerings to help you make your garden the best ever.


Posted by Mary Hosier
2016-02-26 00:00

Here’s your chance to support GardenWalk Cleveland  by pre-ordering plants from our spring plant sale for your garden or your friend's garden. The high-quality plants include flats of annuals (sun and shade) vegetables, and larger specialty container combinations to fill your pots and beds with brilliant color.

Order by May 4. Pick up all plants on Saturday, May 14, 2016  10am - 4 pm at 12541 Cedar Road, Cleveland Heights, OH.  Park in the Cedar Hill Baptist Church lot.  (Look for signs on the north side of Cedar.)  

Posted by Mary Hosier
2015-02-13 13:45

2014 GardenWalk

It is fun to imagine that people from all over Northeast Ohio and beyond are coming to Cleveland to tour GardenWalk Cleveland gardens. As you might guess, In 2014 most of our visitors came from Cuyahoga County. We also had visitors from Loraine, Medina, Geauga, Lake, Summit, Stark, Wayne, Portage, Ashland, Delaware, Richland, Franklin, Columbiana, Wood, and Trumbull counties. Of course, we can't forget to mention we had 2014 visitors from Buffalo and Rochester, New York, Smock, Pennsylvania, and from far away, Japan.

Posted by Jan Kious
2012-07-07 06:04

Cathryn Kapp created a 13 foot purple iris to represent GardenWalk Cleveland in Parade the Circle 2012. The iris opened and closed, using a system of ropes and pulleys, as the float was pulled around University Circle. An estimated 75,000 attended Parade the Circle which had a record number of floats this year. Kitty McWilliams seen behind the float, Cathryn and Kim Kimlin, seen in front, Jan Kious, Kate Monter Durban, Chris Henry and at times the entire committee helped with various parts of the float. The iris is being stored until October 7 when it will represent GardenWalk at the Centennial Celebration of the west Side Market.

Posted by Jan Kious
2012-05-24 09:45

GardenWalk committee members, led by Cathryn Kapp and Kitty McWilliams, are busy creating a float for Parade the Circle on Saturday, June 9. The float consists of a thirteen foot iris, which opens and closes mechanically, surrounded by pots of peonies. Three beautiful maidens will flutter around the iris and four strong young men will pull the float around the circle. The actual parade is from noon to 1 pm. 75,000 attend Parade the Circle so it is best to get there early to get a good view.  This is a picture of Cathryn working on the petals of the iris in the artist's tent at the Museum of Art.

Posted by Kevin Borowiak
2012-05-09 12:09

Celebrate GardenWalk Cleveland (GWC) and help fundraise Wednesday, May 30th at Bremec on the Heights. Located at 13410 Cedar Road, just west of Taylor Road, is the go to place in Cleveland Heights for all your gardening needs. 20% of all purchases that day (excluding deliveries)  from opening until closing (8AM to 8PM) will go to GWC; go to our Facebook page to obtain a coupon to bring and use.  Make your annual or seasonal purchases or even buy gifts with a gardening need this day in order to build up your total purchase and increase that which will be donated to support GardenWalk Cleveland now  preparing for it's 2nd annual walk Saturday and Sunday July 21& 22 from 11AM to 5PM each day.

Posted by Jan Kious
2012-05-08 15:15

Good Nature Organic Lawn Care will give GardenWalk Cleveland $30 when you make a referral to a family member, friend or co-worker and they sign up for the full lawn program. You or your friend will get a free Organic Soil Booster application when a new customer signs up as the result of your referral.

To get your free Organic Soil Booster Application and $30 for GardenWalk Cleveland go to and enter this VIP code 10876158.

If you have any questions call Good Nature at 216-273-4743

Posted by Kevin Borowiak
2012-05-07 11:57

Old Brooklyn Buzz, a group of Old Brooklyn residents that work on activities that support and strengthen their neighborhood, has announced a Cash Mob to take place at the Old Brooklyn Greenhouse Thursday, May 24 at 6 PM ‘til 7:30 PM. The Cash Mob is to incite Old Brooklyn neighbors and others interested in GardenWalk Cleveland 2012 to come and buy plants and supplies in preparation for this year’s GardenWalk.

The Old Brooklyn Greenhouse is located at 4646 West 11th Street, Cleveland, Ohio 44109. Along with the Cash Mob rules of (1) spend at least $20, (2) make 3 new friends, and (3) have fun, the Green House will add to the mix by offering raffles, promotions and specials to get everyone in the mood to make their neighborhood really beautiful for the July GardenWalk.

Posted by Jan Kious
2012-04-16 13:47

The GardenWalk Cleveland Cash Mob at Grace Bros in the Detroit Shoreway neighborhood was a great success this past Saturday 14 April 2012. From 10AM until 4PM, about 200 people came to join in the fun and spent $3000. Don, Katie and Kevin Grace had extra people present to assist all the people that came to learn about this new farm, pet, and garden store located at 1907 West 5th Street and do a little shopping. Along with the Mob at Grace Bros, many went a few blocks north to Gypsy Bean for After-Mobbing and/or brought their coffee, tea and goodies back to the store for more fun.

Posted by Kevin Borowiak
2012-03-31 06:34

What’s the best way to say thank you? For a new business, would you think with a Cash Mob?! That’s right a cash mob.

Last summer on June 25, Kevin and Don Grace came to the Detroit-Shoreway neighborhood as visitors on the first annual GardenWalk Cleveland (GWC). They liked what they found on the tour so much that they made the business decision to open their new location on the southern edge of the Gordon Arts and Entertainment District in the heart of the Detroit-Shoreway neighborhood. The farm, pet and garden store is just steps away from where they saw some incredible urban gardens on GWC. When the organizers of GWC heard this story, they felt a desire to thank these businessmen.