GardenWalk is not a contest or a roster of expert gardeners.  GardenWalk gardeners have chosen to put their gardens on GardenWalk because they have put time and energy into their gardens, they are proud of them and want to share and teach and learn.  By taking the self-guided tour you can:

  • Get and give ideas on gardening and neighborhood living
  • See and learn about all sorts of flowers, trees, vegetables, fruits, birds, and bees, and art
  • Be wowed by the spirit of gardeners whose yards have changed the blocks where they live
  • Hear Cleveland history at a personal level from gardeners and other people you will meet

Neighborhoods and Information Stations

Each GardenWalk neighborhood has an Information Station with GardenWalk maps, a light snack, and something to drink.  At Information Stations, you will find additional information about the neighborhood, restaurants and other amenities. Look for the GardenWalk banner in front of the property.

Saturday, July 10, 2021
  • Fairfax: 2229 E 97 St
  • Glenville: Italian Cultural Garden, Upper level, 990 East Blvd
  • Old Brooklyn: 4160 Ridgeview Rd
  • West Park: 16610 Chatfield Ave
Sunday, July 11, 2021
  • Broadway Slavic Village: Polish Heritage Garden, E 65 St and Hosmer Ave, SE corner
  • Clifton-Baltic: 1308 W 111 St
  • Collinwood: Tower Plaza in front of Waterloo Arts, 15605 Waterloo Rd
  • Detroit Shoreway: Labyrinth Park, W 65 St & W Clinton Ave, NE Corner
  • Little Italy: Little Italy Redevelopment Corporation, 12010 Mayfield Rd