San Antonio, TX Open Day

San Antonio, TX Open Day

Peterson Garden, San Antonio, TX

Sat, Oct 14 
10:00 AM- 4:00 PM

We are proud to partner with the Gardening Volunteers of South Texas for this Open Day.

Please note: Three additional gardens have been added to this date, after publication of the 2017 Open Days Directory; see their listings below.

Admission to each garden is $7, cash or check, for members and nonmembers without tickets purchased in advance.

Members of the GVST will be at the following locations on Saturday, October 7th, selling a discounted day pass ($36 for all six gardens):
8 a.m. to noon: Fanick Garden Center and Nursery, 1025 Holmgreen Road, San Antonio. www.fanicknursery.com
9 a.m. to noon at Shades of Green, 334 West Sunset Road, San Antonio. www.shadesofgreensa.com

Or, buy discounted admission tickets in advance; please allow 7-10 days for mail delivery. They never expire and can be used at most Open Days to make garden visiting easier.
Nonmembers get 6 visits for the price of 5 with advanced ticket book purchase.
Members get 50% off ONLY by purchasing ticket books in advance.

 

  • Gilliam Garden
    Gilliam Garden

    The homeowners, who lived in England and traveled extensively throughout Europe and Asia, began construction of their house almost five years ago.

  • Peterson Garden
    Peterson Garden

    When the Petersons designed and built their modern house they knew they wanted a garden to match.

  • Fisher Garden
    Fisher Garden

    The homeowners are lifetime residents of San Antonio and their desire was to capture the best of Texas in their cottage-style garden...

  • Ware Garden
    Ware Garden

    When you enter through the beautiful custom-designed front gate, you’ll be surrounded by natural wildflower meadows edged with boxwood...

  • Tupper Beinhorn Garden
    Tupper Beinhorn Garden

    This 1929 Spanish Colonial Revival style home, popularized by Atlee B. Ayers, makes a striking backdrop for the front garden...

  • Coopman Garden
    Coopman Garden

    When the Coopmans built their home some thirty years ago, they worked closely with the developer to save as many trees as possible...

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