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Arcadian Daylilies - Peak Bloom Open Garden

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Arcadian Daylilies - Peak Bloom Open Garden

Time: July 13, 2013 from 8am to 3pm
Location: Etobicoke ON - just off QEW/427/Gardiner Exprsswy
Street: 14 Paula Blvd.
City/Town: Etobicoke M8W 4B6
Website or Map: http://www.ArcadianDaylilies.…
Event Type: private, garden, open, at, the, peak, of, daylily, bloom, season
Organized By: Sandy Carlton
Latest Activity: Jul 7, 2013

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For the first time in quite a few years we are holding an Open Garden at the peak of the daylily bloom season. You are invited to come and enjoy the bloom, or just come and visit with Nancy & me.
More information at
www.ArcadianDaylilies.com/OpenGarden.html

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