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One of many spectacular gardens on the Buffalo Garden Walk.
Garden on 16th Street with a abundant Concord Grape arbor. The owner said it was there when they bought the house, over 50 years ago, and she didn't know of anymore grape vine's in the city. ______________________________
The picture to the right is Donkey Tail from one of the most unique gardens on the Walk. Sedum morganianum (commonly called burro's tail or donkey tail) is a succulent plant which is native to southern Mexico and Honduras.
The Buffalo Garden Walk is
the largest garden tour in the United States, featuring over 350 gardens. The city just held their 16th annual gardenwalk
this past weekend July 24-25. Yet again bloggers, magazines and newspaper journalist flocked to buffalo for another spectacular year.
One perk about living in the city of Buffalo New York is the beautiful gardens, this city's residents spend
hours in their yard, neighbors yards, or one of the many community gardens.
____________________________________________________________ One of the most memorable garden was an English-style perennial garden located in the Elmwood village. The owners of this charming Victorian home have certainly made a stunning sanctuary for themselves and the rest of the neighborhood. This is one of the many buffalo gardens which have been featured in magazines such as Great Backyards 09', BH&G's Garden Ideas and Outdoor Living 08' and People Places Plants. (pictures above and top left are from the English Garden in the Elmwood village)
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