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The Coeur d’Alene Garden Club is planning our 21st annual garden tour to be held July 15th, 2018, and we’re looking for this year’s Garden Tour Poster art! These coveted garden posters reflect the unique and beautiful gardens in our area. All artists are encouraged to apply. The finished poster is typically 18 x 24”, and includes the artist’s name. The day of the tour, the artist is invited to attend and sign select posters available for purchase. The artist also receives an invitation to the private pre-tour and celebration dinner.

To apply: Send up to 3 digital images of your original artwork to: Subject line for email should read “Garden Tour Poster Art Submission”. The Garden Tour Committee will make the selection and notify all entrants.

Application deadline: March 31, 2018.   For questions, please contact Bonnie at (208) 664-0987.


Our 20th anniversary Coeur d'Alene Garden Tour was held on Sunday, July 30, 2017 and featured a variety of private gardens that delivered our most successful garden tour to date! This year’s tour featured a scenic boat cruise across Lake Coeur d'Alene to Casco Bay to enjoy a spectacular walk through the famous Hagadone gardens, featuring 11 acres of waterfalls, ponds, and exquisite plantings. Our second garden featured a robust vegetable plot, extensive shade and sun flower borders, and a metal worker’s art space highlighting the good life in CdA’s beloved subdivision, Dalton Gardens. Our third and final garden was a fun and magical gem located in the neighboring city of Hayden featuring waterfalls, ponds, vibrant displays of perennials and annuals, with secret rooms and hidden seating areas throughout for the adventurous explorer in us all.

Thank you to everyone who attended, supported and volunteered for the 2017 Coeur d'Alene Garden Tour; proceeds were distributed to 16 non-profits throughout North Idaho!