I had the awesome pleasure of attending the 2018 Spring Garden Tour “Blooms With A View” hosted by View Park, Windsor Hills, and View Heights residents. The tour showcased beautiful gardens and a wonderful vendor fair filled with art, crafts, plants and more. The Spring Garden Tour is a bi-annual event that first began 19 years ago in efforts showcase the luxurious gardens right here in our own backyards, literally. I would like to thank all the participants for opening their yards and sharing them with us. See you guys again in 2020! Check some of the Vendors below.
Inspired Garden Artistry
Cultural Interiors – 323.292.1500
Floral Visions – firstname.lastname@example.org – 310.667.1113
GreenArt Landscape Designs – 323.939.9281
Kersey Girl Creations – 323.792.4243
La Placita – 12710 Washington Blvd, 90066 – 310.350.7110
MB Landscaping & Nursery – 310.619.4170
Ricardo’s Nursery – 562-428-7252
Enkone Art That Breathes – Enkone@ymail.com
“Blooms With a View”
View Park*Windsor Hills*View Heights*Ladera Heights
Vendor Fair at Monteith Park 4616 S. Mullen Ave L.A. 90043
This unique experience gives a private showing of several backyard gardens. Our tour takes you through one of the most diverse landscapes in the Southern California. Each home has its own signature appeal and unique radiance. With all of the homes in a 3 mile radius this gives our participants an opportunity to make friends, shop at the vendor park and enjoy a beautiful community.
Visit all backyards or just a few. Rain or shine
Spring Garden Tour
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I would like to applaud the maginifecent floral design and retirate how awe struck I was while attending the Windsor Hills, View Park, Ladera Heights 2014 Spring Garden Tour. The eclectic landscape design of the gardens was amazing. The beauty of these gardens was very relaxing and tranquil. The Vendor Fair, which takes places Monteith Park in View Park, was in full swing by the time I arrived and it was jam packed with extremely creative and talented people right here from our own communities. I met several very creative vendors, Mira, Loni, Cynthia, and Rhoda. Mira was in the middle of creating something awesome. Mira says she been painting all her life and says she “derives her inspiration on creating positive images of women.” Loni, whos been painting for 15 years has a more abstract style. He’s been known as Black Picasso. Loni recreates forms and shapes and dubs his style a classy culture. Cynthia, another vendor, who works with gourds, yea gourds, isn’t that awesome. Cynthia who was inspired by her mother, uses every bit of the gourds. She makes purse, bowls, magnets, vases, leather cuffs, and more. Rhoda, who has a high love for gardening and succulents created and sold vertical gardens. Rhoda also is the Founder of “The Factory, Inspirational Yard Art & Garden Artistry by Rhoda.” I also had the privelage of meeting the the Ladera Heights Girls Scout Troop who educated me on earthquakes and how to prepare for them. The Ladera Heights Girl Scouts are working toward the hightest badge ther is for Juniors, the bronze badge so Good Luck Girls!!! Check out the pictures I was able to snap of yet again another awesome Garden Tour, see you guys again in 2016! For any information on the vendors or the Garden Tour email Team@inspiredgardenartistry.com.