Finally, the spring-like temperatures begin, so that the vegetation also shows its most beautiful side. © HRed
On 11 June, four gardens will open in the district of Ebersberg
"The garden is the last luxury of our days, because it demands what has become most precious in our society: time, attention and space," says Swiss landscape architect Dieter Kienast. Since 1999, the Open Garden Day has been held to show the population the differently designed garden paradises. With creative ideas and a love of nature, you can't turn the world into a blooming garden, but you can transform a piece of land or a terrace.
Four gardens in the district are participating: A large, diverse bee paradise with a pond is presented by Peter Bocklett, Forstweg 1a in 85614 KirchseeonEglharting. Although small, the garden is enough for snacking with the Ruoff family, Birnenanger 14, 85591 Vaterstetten. The variety of plants from the Alps, moor and kitchen garden is shown in the so-called club garden Vaterstetten, Waldstr. 16, 85598 Baldham. Stone on stone, water areas and many small flower islands characterize the newly created garden of the Langner family, Offenbachstr. 7, 85598 Baldham.
Visitors enter the gardens at their own risk and are asked to be considerate. The online brochure with the details of all the gardens and posters promoting the event can be found on www.tag-der-offenen-gartentuer-oberbayern.de. The district of Munich has chosen June 18 as its date for the Open Garden Day. are