Lewiston GardenFest 2013

A post to…WELCOME visitors to Lewiston on June 22 and 23 for… the Lewiston GardenFest and… for those of you not living within driving distance, have a peek at previous posts. Always something interesting going on here at GWGT.


Join us for our 8th annual GardenFest in the charming village of Lewiston.  To get directions from your location to the Lewiston GardenFest, go to our website. Vendor booths from area nurseries, landscapers, garden and outdoor suppliers line a portion of Center Street.


Enter to win a prize for your favorite potted container of flowers to be judged by the public.  Listen to a noted speaker, Lynn Chimera, native plant enthusiast at the Brickyard Pub and BBQ on Saturday, June 22 at 11:30 am.


On Sunday, June 23, Sally Cunningham, noted garden writer, TV personality and garden expert, at 11:30 am at the Lewiston Fire Company NO. 1.


Meander through lovely gardens open to the public in the village area.


Bring questions and soil samples to our Master Gardeners and floral experts.  Enjoy the charming restaurants and natural beauty of the Lewiston area during your visit.  All free.  Maps provided at our hospitality booths as you enter the GardenFest.



For more information, check out the website at: lewistongardenfest.com


Graphics above, DL Brok Design

I work with the Lewiston Garden Club in presenting the Lewiston GardenFest and am responsible for the graphics, ads and website. The hard-working woman of the Lewiston Garden Club organize and put on this village event each year. It is attended by thousands, yet parking is easy to find and the festival is easily walkable.

Oh, and I advertise the festival in Niagara Falls from my front yard garden.


The Lewiston GardenFest is a member of the National Garden Festival.


Below, graphics and advertising, property of the National Garden Festival. Designed by:

JCharlier Communication Design
215 Lancaster Avenue
Buffalo, NY 14222

Jim Charlier is one of our very own Garden Bloggers and was instrumental in organizing the 2010 Garden Bloggers Fling in Buffalo, NY. He is also President of Garden Walk Buffalo, the largest and most attended garden walk in the country. His blog, Art of Gardening is a great read.

National Garden Festival

And don’t miss all the activities occurring with the National Garden Festival. Lewiston GardenFest is the first garden festival of the season and a member of the National Garden Festival, Garden Walks Every Weekend.

Join us all season long and maybe just make week of it. Click the images below and see what is in store!


Ride a bus and visit gardens…


Like the exercise…take a bike.


Join garden walks and garden festivals all summer long.  Just take a trip to Western New York to enjoy all that gardening has to offer.

About Garden Walk Garden Talk

I love to photograph, paint, draw, design, garden, travel the world, and pass on a few tips and ideas that I learned through experience as a Master Gardener and architect. I am highly trained in my field and enjoy my work each and every day. I garden in Niagara Falls, NY in zone 6-B. Find me at: http://gardenwalkgardentalk.com
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8 Responses to Lewiston GardenFest 2013

  1. CC says:

    Very intriguing! Here in my area there are garden tours usually for charity and kinda pricey for most. Love this idea!

  2. Looks like a great event! I hope everything is a smashing success!

  3. janechese says:

    Wow! A feast of colours!

  4. Wish I could stop on over. Looks like a lot of fun–good luck!

  5. catmint says:

    good luck, enjoy, I’ll be there in spirit.

  6. If not next year then one of these years in the near future….my husband and I would love to come visit this wonderful festival…and you out did yourself with the graphics Donna!!

  7. beeseeker says:

    Now that’s the way to do a garden festival!
    Great photos – again!
    Thanks for sharing.

  8. supernova1c says:

    Hi Donna. Your posts are so well presented and very informative – a complete package of professionalism and class. I like how you work to a such a high standard with everything and all of it comes together, perfectly 😉 Congratulations Donna, first rate!

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