Bringing Nature Home Garden Tour

Tour 5 Native Plant Home Gardens

On Saturday, September 8, 2018, the Wild Ones Tennessee Valley Chapter will present The Bringing Nature Home Garden Tour starting at 10 am and continuing through 6 pm.

The Bringing Nature Home Garden Tour proves that native gardens are beautiful and can be designed for any budget, and that each of us plays a critical role in supporting biodiversity.

Journey to some of the area’s most beautiful native plant gardens, with assistance from our chapter’s volunteers who will be available in each garden to help you learn the “whys” and “how tos.”

The gardens are labors of love at least 50% native plants, and each is created in harmony with the area’s climate, soils and wildlife.

The tour promotes native gardens as a safe haven for birds, butterflies and especially native pollinators, which is why we are Bringing Nature Home.

Visit five different established native plant gardens (from full sun to full shade) in the Chattanooga, Lookout Mountain and Signal Mountain areas, and learn how to garden more sustainably and bring nature to YOUR home garden.

Cheri Hubbard, 842 Fairmount Avenue, Signal Mountain, TN 37377
Nora & Bob Bernhardt,  307 Clegg Avenue, Signal Mountain, TN 37377
Deb & Bob Hulse, 910 E. Brow Road, Lookout Mountain, TN 37350
Bill Moll, 4918 Marlow Drive, Red Bank TN, 37415
Tennessee Aquarium Conservation Institute, Baylor School campus, 175 Baylor School Road, Chattanooga, TN 37405

For more details about garden locations, download the Garden Tour Brochure 2018

Proceeds go to Seeds for Education grants for pollinator gardens at local schools.  All tickets – $10 – includes all five gardens.  Children under 12 are FREE if accompanied by a ticketed adult.

You may purchase tickets at each garden day of the event or purchase them online HERE.  You may also purchase tickets at the Habitat Hero presentation with Doug Tallamy taking place Friday, September 7.