Saanich gardens on display for Victoria Hospice

Gardens in Lakehill, Gordon Head, Royal Oak and Arbutus to be on display for weekend fundraising tour

A number of Saanich homeowners will open their backyards to garden lovers this weekend for the ninth annual Teeny Tiny Garden Tour, a fundraiser for Victoria Hospice.

Thirteen homeowners in the Lakehill, Gordon Head, Royal Oak and Arbutus neighbourhoods, as well as Oak Bay, will put their backyard waterfalls and vegetable gardens on display for your enjoyment.

The self-guided tour runs Sunday (June 8) from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Tickets are $25, and can be purchased at Thrifty Foods, Victoria Hospice, Victoria Hospice Thrift Boutique, Mayfair Shopping Centre and Capital Iron downtown.

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