Garden Walk July 6, 2019
9am - 4pm, rain or shine
Purchasing Tickets at the Gallery
Tickets are now available in the gallery. Stop in to buy yours now!
Gallery hours are Thurs 12-4, Fri 12-4, and Sat 11-4. Cash, check, or credit can be used to purchase tickets.
We are not open July 4th. The last day for $20 tickets is Friday, July 5th.
Purchasing Tickets at Art 4 Soul in Homewood
Our friends at Art 4 Soul are graciously selling tickets to our Garden Walk. Stop by to see all the fabulous items in their boutique and pick up your ticket.
They are closed on July 4th, but you can see their other hours by visiting their website.
Tickets are $20 now
$25 the day of the event!
Purchasing Tickets Online
Tickets can be purchased online through our store. Select Pick-up to stop in for your ticket or electronic to have the ticket information sent to you the day before the walk.
Online tickets are not available the day of the walk
New online ticket sales system!
At checkout, you will have the option to select in a drop down how you would like to receive your ticket. Select pick-up for us to hold it at the gallery, or Electronic if you would like the ticket sent to you via PDF.
Why Attend Union Street's Garden Walk?
Our garden walk shares one thing with other garden walks - beautiful gardens in the south suburbs. So why attend our garden walk? We have different artists working in each garden. Not only will you get to see these artists working on their pieces inspired by each garden, you can come visit the gallery a few months later to see the completed works.
What is the Garden Walk?
Union Street Gallery's garden walk usually happens in the beginning of July. The walk features a wide variety of gardens in the south suburbs. We have been fortunate enough to have gardens from Chicago Heights, South Chicago Heights, Park Forest, Homewood, Flossmoor, Frankfort, Crete, Monee, and Dyer, In. The gardens are curated by artist, Marikay Peter Witlock.
Stay Tuned for This Year's Gardens
Enjoy Artful Gardens in the Chicago Heights, Homewood, and Flossmoor. Stroll the grounds, chat with the gardeners, and visit with working artists in every garden.
Old World Gem, Chicago Heights
This secret garden in Old Chicago Heights welcomes visitors with front porch seasonal displays. Beyond the garden gate enjoy the wonder of European intensive gardening where every inch of space is growing and lush. Apple and cherry trees, grapevines, vegetables and herbs grow in raised gardens, vertical gardens, and boxwood frames.
Perennial Delights Par for the Course, Flossmoor
Blending indoor and outdoor living space, this home and garden carries good design throughout. Deck, patio, and pergola offer gracious seating and dining areas while planting islands of trees, shrubs, perennials and grasses frame a stunning golf course view. A fire ring near fern glade and woods welcomes an evening under the stars.
Garden #5 Wildlife Hospitality & Hosta, Homewood
A touch of France graces this front garden of seasonal decor and garden gates. Birds, butterflies, and visiting wildlife enjoy the side yard, while chickens, dogs, decking and zinnias create a central garden of spectacular summer days. Beyond are shaded pathways through specialty hosta, heuchera, dogwood, and garden ornaments.
Senpai's Bonsai Garden, Chicago Heights
Bonsai, (pronounced "bone-sigh") meaning tree in a pot, began in China more than three thousand years ago. Bonsai paints a beauty of shadows-the grandeur of heaven and earth and creation. Experience the melding of art and horticulture as you peruse over one hundred bonsai and pre-bonsai of various species, shapes and sizes.
Vintage Jewels, Homewood
Framed by a garden of delightful details, this charming Cottage-style Bungalow home features boxwood hedges, rose gardens, scented trees and shrubs, and an amazing old growth Clematis.
Garden #6 Dooryard Abundance, Homewood
Intensive gardening is key in this Dooryard Garden of flowering shrubs, roses, perennials, ivy and evergreens. Within this garden is an island of lawn and a welcoming garden bench hiding just feet from the street. Do sit and enjoy! On-site composting, planting for rabbits, and wise watering from rain barrel & drip system make this garden work.
Interested in sponsoring this event?
To be a sponsor for this important fundraising event, contact the Gallery at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can send in a check or donate through our store. We will be in contact with you gather the needed information to credit your sponsorship. Sponsorships received by May 8 will have the option of having their information included on every ticket sold.
Union Street Gallery would like to thank all who made this event possible, the homeowners who graciously welcomed garden lovers into their gardens, and....
Big John’s Farm Market & Greenhouses
1754 E. Joe Orr Rd., Chicago Heights
Woldhuis Farms / Sunrise Greenhouse, Inc.
10300 E 9000 N. Rd, Grant Park
Union Street Gallery Board of Directors
eLearn Partners, Ltd.
Instructional Design, Online Learning
Saunoris’ Nursery, Garden Center & Greenhouse
196000 S. Harlem Ave., Frankfort, IL