Garden Tour



2017 Annual Garden Treasures Tour & More

Saturday, June 24, 2017    8:30-2:30

Free Entry/Open to Public: Garden and Craft’s Vendor Market, Food, and More

Tickets to view 5 local gardens can be purchased on day of tour.

Watch for more information to follow on public media, and the club website and Facebook page .

2017 Vendor Application Form

Watch the news outlets and come join a day of fun!  This event features outstanding private gardens that you may visit for a nominal fee, which helps support the efforts of our club.

Stay tuned for more information about our annual Garden Tour in Salem IL.  The Annual “Garden Treasures Tour & More” will feature some new additions and traditional favorites. Sponsored by the Daffy-Dill Garden Club, the event continues to expand its vendor area and will feature five “beautiful local gardens” on the tour. Vendors will fill the Bryan Statue Garden at State Route 37 North and Boone Street, where activities are free to the public and those wishing to take the tour.  Vendors will include lawn ornaments, jewelry, home crafts, lawn furniture, plants and more.  This year an added feature will be pony rides in the Bryan Memorial Park for the kiddos of our community.

A shuttle will be provided from the garden to the restroom area, and to take you to and from parking. Those in attendance will also have the opportunity to visit the All-American Selection Display Garden, located at the Bryan Statue Garden which maintains more than 45 different AAS varieties of annuals and perennials. According to the organization, the Daffy-Dill Garden Club was created to “add the richness to Salem that it already possessed. It is truly a love of many. We stand with pride.”

Created in 2006, the Daffy-Dill Garden Club is dedicated to the beautification of Salem. Its members plant and maintain the Bryan Memorial Statue Garden in addition to planting and maintaining nearly 30 stationary planters located throughout downtown Salem.

IF interested in being a tour home, please email or contact a garden club member or come to one of our monthly meetings to learn more.