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Bucks Beautiful hosts 28th annual Kitchen & Garden Tour


Bucks Beautiful will host the 28th Kitchen & Garden Tour from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, June 11, rain or shine.

The annual event is a highlight of the spring season, with visits to hidden jewels tucked away throughout bucolic Bucks County. Tour-goers can marvel at remodeled interiors and lovingly tended landscapes. Bucks County Master Gardeners will be on hand to offer expertise as visitors peruse specimen trees, beloved perennials, colorful annuals and more.

Homes on this year’s tour include a grand Colonial overlooking a picturesque golf course; a historic Victorian restored to original character with redesigned backyard space; an award-winning landscape architect’s residence and gardens; a 238-year-old renovated home with extensive mature gardens; a contemporary house on lush grounds cultivated with dozens of specimen trees; a community vegetable garden with collectible barn; and a newly rejuvenated home with poolside entertaining spaces.

Early birds still catch the worm with discounted ticket prices of $30 until Wednesday, after which tickets will be $35. Included with your ticket purchase will be a booklet with maps, photos and descriptions of each garden, plus a garden gift bag for the first 400 guests. Shutterbugs can feel free to click away to take home some inspiration.

Want free tickets? Become a Bucks Beautiful Member and receive complimentary tour admission plus exclusive access from 10 to 11 a.m. Gardens will open to non-members at 11 a.m. Proceeds benefit the nonprofit Bucks Beautiful’s reforestation, beautification and educational projects county-wide.

Tickets and memberships can be purchased at, or at 215-340-3639. Tickets will also be available at the following locations: Bucks Country Gardens, 1057 N. Easton Road, Doylestown; and The Doylestown Bookshop, 16 S. Main St., Doylestown.

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