Gardens will be full of rhododendrons, azaleas and many spring flowers.

The gardens will be open for visiting the last week of April through May 10. Each home site will not have an official tour, just park and take all the time you wish to walk through each garden from 9 a.m. until dark. Permission is not required and please do not ring the doorbell.

If you would like to have your garden included in the listing of gardens for viewing, call Beverly Omerso at 484-2621. This applies to any garden in Cumberland County.

Also in conjunction with the Fairfield Glade Garden Tour is the Genesis Garden Tour which is located on Genesis Road. Take exit 320 off of I-40, go north 3 miles where there will be a sign, "Genesis Gardens," at the driveway. Please park and walk down the driveway to the gardens.

Gardens open anytime:

Home of Ernest and Bev Omerso: 110 Canterbury Drive


Directions: Peavine Road to Lakeview Drive, turn right onto Lakeview Drive, turn left onto Canterbury Drive.

Home of Helena and Harold Schmidt: 143 Lisa Lane

Directions: Peavine Road to Lakeview Drive to Snead. Turn right on Snead, turn left onto Lisa Lane.

Home of Rosemary and Norton Strommen: 22 Belevedere Lane

Directions: Peavine to Stonehenge Drive, turn left onto Stonehenge Drive, turn right onto Kingsboro, turn left onto Deerwood, next left onto Belevedere Lane.

Gardens open only on Saturday, May 6:

Home of Roger and Judy Pearson: 326 Snead Drive


Directions: Peavine Road to Lakeview Drive to Snead Drive, turn right on Snead, house on right.

Home of Jean and Joe Garmon: 15 Quill Court

Directions: Peavine Road to Catoosa Blvd. to Rotherham, left onto Rotherham, left onto Quill Court.

Home of Glenn and Bea Terry: 153 Dovenshire Drive

Directions: Peavine Road to St. George, left onto Dovenshire, house on left.

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