Welcome to the CBMGA Virtual Garden Tour. Stop by in person to see the great work our Bed Heads have done in creating the CBMGA Master Gardens. If you can’t make it in person, then please enjoy this virtual tour of the plants that our Bed Heads and the other Master Gardeners have so lovingly cultivated.
Detailed information on each plant in every bed can be found in a list of the plants for each bed. The Master Gardens Virtual Tour is divided into our “Central Gardens”, “North Gardens”, “South Gardens”, “Back Gardens”, a satellite view of the grounds and a link to our offsite projects. To get started, click or tap in any of the areas outlined in red to go to a more detailed view selected area. There you can choose to go to a specific garden or return to the Site Plan. You can also access any of the gardens directly using the Bed index. If you are using a smart phone, you can access each of the gardens using the QR code located in each of the gardens to enhance your walk through our gardens. We hope you enjoy the tour through our gardens and we would love to hear from you on what you thought of the tour at our Contact Us page.
For instructions on how the Virtual Tour works, click Instructions
The areas in the Master Gardens map are: starting in the upper left corner of the map and going clockwise, The Bed Index , Back Gardens , Satellite View , Offsite Gardens and Projects , South Gardens , Central Gardens and the North Gardens . Each of these outlined areas will take you to a more detailed view of that garden area with additional information.
Instructions on how best to navigate the Master Gardens Virtual Tour
First, thanks for stopping by. We hope you enjoy your journey through the gardens. The “tour” can either be “virtual” (viewed over the Internet) or a “Self Guided” tour using our ‘virtual’ tour to enhance your experience in your visit to our gardens.
There are tri-folds available at our location or you can download a PDF version here.
To make the tour easier to navigate, we have incorporated some standard links to facilitate moving through the gardens on the Internet. We hope the links will make it easier regardless if you are taking the virtual tour at home or using the virtual tour to facilitate your walk around our gardens.
For those who physically visit our location to see the gardens, we have plants in bloom from spring until late fall or early winter. And our “Woodland Trail” is nice year round (except if there have been heavy rains). The “CBMGA Master Gardens Tour Guide” tri-fold provides a map of the beds and areas around the site. It is basically the same as the image at the top of this page. Inside the tri-fold is the map and on the map is a QR code. If you are unfamiliar with QR codes they look like . If you have a smart phone you can download a QR reader app. They are free. Just start your QR reader, point it at the QR code and it will automatically take you to the page for that QR code…in this instance, to this page, where you can start your self guided tour. Every bed or area has its own QR code so you can just point your phone to open the page for that bed. Each bed/area page has details on the plants in that bed or area. So if you see a plant and you want to know more about that plant, it is right at your fingertips, just tap and you will find details on any plant in our gardens.
Regardless if you are taking the tour virtually at home or using the virtual tour to enhance your self guided walk through our gardens, there are a couple of things about how the pages are linked that will make your visit more enjoyable and easier to navigate.
Once you start the virtual tour the title of almost all pages are linked back to this page. In this way, no matter where you are on the tour it is easy to get back to the map to see where you want to go next.
We truly hope you find our tour informative and enjoyable and hope you come back frequently. Things are always changing with plants.
And we would love to hear from you. Let us know if you encounter any issues, have any questions, or just want to comment on something by going to our “Contact Us” form.
Thanks again for stopping by.
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