Limited Complimentary Tickets to Sustainable Living Garden Tour

Pssst! If you are someone of limited financial means, or you can only come to only 1,2, or a few of our 7 amazing gardens on the Tour, you can simply email or call 614-354-6172 to receive your free ticket.

Think about it, there’s no better bargain than free, and the Tour is Saturday!  See below for more information –

“Experience beauty, permaculture design, a Japanese Tea House, Over the Fence Urban Farm, How to Go Solar, a 2018 Chevy Bolt, and refreshments from your favorite local food sources. Only Simply Living takes you this deep, this diverse!” ~ Sarah Edwards, Simply Living Director

Green living is the future and Simply Living members are leading the way. We have curated a highly diverse selection of homes and garden experiences designed to help you learn from some amazing pioneers in sustainable living. You can visit the forest garden of Deb Knapke, central Ohio’s Garden Sage, and be inspired by her passion for ecological sustainability. Discover how permaculture design has transformed a modest backyard in North Linden, which recently received 3rd place for BEST VEGGIE GARDEN in the Dispatch Home and Garden Show. Kathy and Harold Green’s Gardens won 3rd place for BEST LANDSCAPE in the Dispatch competition. Find out how neighbors helped install solar panels in Clintonville. Learn about the latest solar technology and EV cars from an electrical engineer. Hear how Jodi Kushins grew her garden into Over the Fence Urban Farm. Don’t miss Arter’s Garden in Old Town East, where an artist’s touch has created an “East Meets West” design anchored by a Japanese Tea House.

The self-guided tour offers a unique opportunity to learn “what’s next” in your own home. A butterfly garden? Beekeeping? Native herbs? Or perhaps solar panels? an electric car? Get answers from home owners who can make your transition to green living an enjoyable experience. It’s social too. Food, music, art, and literature on sustainability will enhance your experience in several locations.


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