Gardening is extra than just a shared pastime for the Lubbock Master Gardeners Association.

It is the fruits of the acquired competencies and difficult work that just about every learn gardener polishes into their out of doors passion assignments.

“To backyard garden in Lubbock is to undergo,” grasp gardener Becky Miller said. “So, we all get to go through alongside one another.”

But with all of that difficult do the job arrives a chance to enjoy the fruits of their labor – and share it with other people – which a handful of Lubbock gardeners will do this weekend.

In the course of the second annual Hub City Back garden Tour hosted by the Lubbock Master Gardeners Affiliation on Saturday early morning, master gardeners will showcase six community gardens of unique styles — ranging from a little leisure yard to a higher-tech household backyard and an academic out of doors courtyard — from gardeners of all ordeals. 

A wander through the gardens

Fran Koch, who will exhibit off her garden this weekend, denies that she’s attained the abilities of a “master gardener,” although she’s expended many years refining her skill.

Lubbock Master Gardeners to host workshops

She began at a youthful age functioning in the gardens together with her mother, who was often developing meals outside their McAdoo property. She reported her mother generally preferred to check out her environmentally friendly thumb at one of a kind plants, including kohlrabi, which lots of folks hadn’t yet heard of in the 1950s.

Though Koch moved to Tech Terrace, component time, about a ten years in the past, it was only within the past couple of many years that she brought her backyard to lifetime.

Tomatoes are seen in Fran Koch's garden, Friday, June 17, 2022. Koch's garden will be part of the second annual Lubbock Master Gardener's Hub City Garden Tour.

Her quaint backyard garden guiding her Tech Terrace backhouse showcases greenery, bouquets and develop, together with intricate décor, beneath a thick tree cover.

Standing tall at the entrance of her yard gardens is a classic bedframe, which she describes as the centerpiece of her garden. She also displays a bench from McAdoo Substantial School, exactly where she frequently sat for the duration of basketball video games, and a couch that she regularly finds herself sleeping on when nights are cooler.

Gardening is extra than just a shared pastime for the Lubbock Master Gardeners Association.

It is the fruits of the acquired competencies and difficult work that just about every learn gardener polishes into their out of doors passion assignments.

“To backyard garden in Lubbock is to undergo,” grasp gardener Becky Miller said. “So, we all get to go through alongside one another.”

But with all of that difficult do the job arrives a chance to enjoy the fruits of their labor – and share it with other people – which a handful of Lubbock gardeners will do this weekend.

In the course of the second annual Hub City Back garden Tour hosted by the Lubbock Master Gardeners Affiliation on Saturday early morning, master gardeners will showcase six community gardens of unique styles — ranging from a little leisure yard to a higher-tech household backyard and an academic out of doors courtyard — from gardeners of all ordeals. 

A wander through the gardens

Fran Koch, who will exhibit off her garden this weekend, denies that she’s attained the abilities of a “master gardener,” although she’s expended many years refining her skill.

Lubbock Master Gardeners to host workshops

She began at a youthful age functioning in the gardens together with her mother, who was often developing meals outside their McAdoo property. She reported her mother generally preferred to check out her environmentally friendly thumb at one of a kind plants, including kohlrabi, which lots of folks hadn’t yet heard of in the 1950s.

Though Koch moved to Tech Terrace, component time, about a ten years in the past, it was only within the past couple of many years that she brought her backyard to lifetime.

Tomatoes are seen in Fran Koch's garden, Friday, June 17, 2022. Koch's garden will be part of the second annual Lubbock Master Gardener's Hub City Garden Tour.

Her quaint backyard garden guiding her Tech Terrace backhouse showcases greenery, bouquets and develop, together with intricate décor, beneath a thick tree cover.

Standing tall at the entrance of her yard gardens is a classic bedframe, which she describes as the centerpiece of her garden. She also displays a bench from McAdoo Substantial School, exactly where she frequently sat for the duration of basketball video games, and a couch that she regularly finds herself sleeping on when nights are cooler.