Four families are taking part in the "Open Garden Day" campaign in the Holzkirchen area: they show their gardens to interested parties.
Holzkirchen – Creating a beautiful garden doesn't have to be expensive. The best proof is the home garden at the Eichnerhof of the farm of the Steffi Huber and Barbara Eichner family, which invites you to visit the open garden day on Sunday, June 11, from 10 a.m. to 17 p.m. The perennial bed was stocked exclusively with cuttings, which mainly come from the plant market of the Holzkirchen Horticultural Association. He also invites you to visit his educational garden on Sunday. Herb snails, insect hotels, reading cairns, berry bushes, perennial beds and a large orchard can be seen there.
Mediterranean flair in wooden churches
With a lot of work, the Hehlert family in Naring has transformed a simple meadow into an exciting garden paradise. Many existing building materials have been reused in the sense of upcycling. Perennials, berry bushes and vegetables now grow in the beds. A place by the pond invites you to take a break.
Mediterranean flair characterises the south-facing garden of the Sokat family in Holzkirchen. With a lot of love, they have created an oasis for outdoor living on 120 square meters: terrace with small pool, outdoor kitchen and flowering perennials. Greenhouse and raised bed have found space in the front garden.
The addresses of the open gardens and further information can be found at www.tag-der-offenen-gartentuer-oberbayern.de. Cmh
In the Tegernsee area, Thomas Klotz, chairman of the district beekeepers' association, is taking part in the campaign.
In the Miesbach area, Claudia and Peter Schlemmer from Wörnsmühl, among others, will be there.