This year the Gardens of Uxbridge Tour of private gardens is going virtual! While we are sheltering in place and can’t wander through the beautiful gardens we had planned for you to see this year, you can visit those gardens through our virtual tour.

We have converted the tour of 7 local gardens into an online video tour that launches on Saturday, June 20. Tune in for a guided tour that features highlights from each garden complete with plant descriptions, garden ideas and a visit with renowned Master Gardeners Marjorie and Jeff Mason.

As always, we will showcase new gardens this year so those who have attended in the past will find new gardens to view full of inspiration.

Join us for our annual tour of a unique collection of 7 stunning private gardens that dot the Uxbridge countryside. We have reimagined the tour in a way that you can participate from the comfort of your home.

Register today through our website at and receive a link to the 2020 Tour. There is no charge to participate and we invite you to join the tour anytime between 10am and 5pm on Saturday, June 20, 2020.

Due to the corona virus (COVID-19), the Gardens of Uxbridge tour is a virtual tour this year. However, this normally self-guided tour attracts garden enthusiasts and others simply keen to enjoy a day in the Uxbridge countryside viewing the wonderful scenery and unique private gardens. The Garden Tour traditionally features a number of local artists and artisans, displaying their talents and selling their artwork in select gardens throughout the day. This year we will feature the work of four local artists in the virtual tour – Edward Falkenberg, Trisha Webster, Gayle Temple, and Anja Kooistra.

Register Online at to help the Organizing Committee gauge participation, answer your questions and as a bonus you will be notified of our great plans for the 2021 25th Anniversary Garden Tour next year!

The Garden Tour supports the charitable work of the Lucy Maud Montgomery Society of Ontario. The Society has restored, and now maintains as a National Historic Site, the Leaskdale Manse, home of the famous author of Anne of Green Gables. Lucy Maud Montgomery lived in Leaskdale, a hamlet of Uxbridge, from 1911 to 1926 where she wrote half of her 22 books.

Please join us for this unique 2020 virtual version of the Gardens of Uxbridge Tour!

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