Amy Schutzer is volunteering to open her garden this weekend as part of the Montavilla Gardens Tour. Amy explains, “I’ve been an avid organic gardener for over 30 years, and continue to learn new things every season. I moved into this house almost three years ago. Aside from the foundation planting (rhodies, azaleas), three established red maples, an oak, fir and gorgeous cedar tree, most everything else I’ve added. It’s a big lot, 8,400 feet, with many different areas. I’ve got an organic vegetable area, dwarf conifers, small woodland under the fir, a fun strip of sedums, a found cement sink turned garden, lots of fragrant plants, some medicinal, bee friendly perennials, and much more to do and plant. Two projects I’m working on are establishing a meadow-like garden on the south facing yard and a rain garden along the patio on the north side. It’s a deliberate work in progress, just what a gardener loves.”
To enjoy Amy’s lovely garden space, register for the 4th Annual Montavilla Gardens Tour — Spring Edition this weekend!