Bob and Cheryl Wilford’s beautiful flower and vegetable garden is perched on Track Street

GALLERY: Revelstoke Garden & Art tour 2014

North Columbia Environmental Society's garden & art tour a delight.

There’s a joke I’ve heard that gardening is like a competitive sport in Revelstoke. While I won’t quite get on that train, the amount of work people put into their gardens here is very admirable and impressive. Nine residents opened their gardens to the public last Saturday for the second annual Garden & Art Tour, put on by the North Columbia Environmental Society. As well, the new community garden at Begbie View Elementary, the community garden at the United Church and the heritage garden at the Revelstoke Museum were also part of the tour.

Check out the gallery below for photos from the tour.

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