​​​​Proceeds from all garden tours have benefited all of the following community-based organizations:

  NIC Scholarship Program
  Hayden Meadows Elementary Greenhouse Project 

  Skyway Elementary Garden
  Children’s Village
  Elder Help

  Silver Angels for the Elderly
  Turkeys and More
  Shared Harvest Garden
  Gathering Garden @ NIC
  Safe Passage (Women's Center) 
  Companions Animal Shelter (Kootenai Humane Society)

  Second Chance Pet Recue

  Safety Net Inland NW

  Kid Centric Sports Assn. (KCSA)

  Library Foundation Children's Naturebrary

  One More Time Foundation

​  Relatives as Parents, Inc.

​Please consider becoming a sponsor! This is your opportunity to promote your business in a very positive way and to support our community. We hope that you will give the Coeur d’Alene Garden Tour serious consideration as you plan your philanthropic endeavors for the coming year!  Contact us at cdagardenclub@gmail.com 

Artisans!  Do you have garden-related items for sale that we might feature in one of our tour gardens?  We like partnering with community businesses.

​Want to be a part of the FUN?  Why not VOLUNTEER!  Join us at a planning meeting or email at cdagardenclub@gmail.com.​


Wander through this area’s local, innovative gardens where you will be transported to a world of color, creativeness or calm.  The Coeur d'Alene Garden Club is an Idaho nonprofit whose members volunteer for this annual event. Our annual fundraiser benefits local charities. It takes a community to put this together.

If you have questions you may email: cdagardenclub@gmail.com, or message us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/CDAGardenClub.


Q. How do I purchase a ticket for the garden tour?

$20 advance tickets can be purchased while supplies last at:

A.  1) ONLINEhttps://coeurdalenegardenclub.ticketspice.com/2023cdagardentour

Online ticket sales begin May 1 & close at 5pm on Saturday, July 8. Tickets are limited!

      2) LOCAL NURSERIES beginning in June. Date to be announced! Tickets are limited!

$25 tour day tickets are available at ALL GARDENS on tour day and at *select locations only (if the tour is not sold out by the day of the tour). Tickets are limited! Children under 12 are admitted free, with accompanying paid adult.

Q. Is the tour accessible for those with mobility issues?
A. The tour gardens are on private, residential properties which may not be handicap accessible. Walkers, wheelchairs, and motorized mobility scooters (Rascals, etc.) are not advised. Many of the garden paths may be uneven and difficult to maneuver even with mobility devices. Some gardens may have stairs, slopes, or other obstacles. Individuals need to determine for themselves if the garden is accessible for them. The health and safety of our attendees, sponsors, vendors, volunteers, and homeowners is paramount. Please watch your step! 

Q. Are tickets limited?

A. Yes! There are a limited number of tickets available, and we have sold out in the past.

Q. May I bring my children?

A. Absolutely! Children are welcomed with a supervising adult. Please, no strollers or bicycles. Children under 12 are admitted free, with accompanying paid adult.

Q. May I bring my dog?

A. No pets are allowed in any of the gardens.


Q. May I get a refund?
A. There are no refunds for the garden tour ticket purchase, including for inclement weather. Can’t attend? Give your ticket to a friend!

Q. What if it rains on tour day?
A. The garden tour will proceed, rain or shine!

Q. How many gardens will be featured on the tour?
A. The tour typically features 6-7 gardens of all types and sizes. Something for everyone!

Q. What is the tour route?
A. This is a self-guided tour. Guests may begin and end at any garden they choose.

*Please note, we do not make public the list of gardens before the tour.  However, a link to the garden addresses will be posted the day of the tour on this website and on our Facebook pages.  If you purchased online, they will be available in your confirmation/email.

Q. How can I sponsor the garden tour?
A. We love our sponsors!  To become a sponsor of the garden tour, please email 
CdaGardenClub@gmail.com or https://www.cdagardenclub.com/contact.html.

Q. How can I be an artisan vendor on the garden tour?
A. Artisan vendors are by invitation only because of the very limited spaces available in the gardens.

For more information, please email CdaGardenClub@gmail.com or https://www.cdagardenclub.com/contact.html

Q. How can I volunteer my own garden for the tour?
A. To nominate your own garden (or the garden of someone you know) please send us an email to 
CdaGardenClub@gmail.com, or https://www.cdagardenclub.com/contact.html.

Q. Who holds the garden tour?
A.  Our garden tour is presented by the Coeur d'Alene Garden Club and its many wonderful, dedicated volunteers who spend months of hard work toward bringing the best garden tour experience possible to guests.

Interested in learning more?  Join us at a garden club meeting.​

Q. What do you do with the funds raised from the Garden Tour?
A. Proceeds benefit local charities and North Idaho College scholarships.

Q. May I become a volunteer for the garden tour?
A. We would love to have you join us! For more information, join us at a Garden Club meeting or email us at 

Q. What is the Coeur d'Alene Garden Club?
A. The Coeur d’Alene Garden Club’s mission is dedicated to furthering the beautification of northern Idaho by providing horticultural and educational activities, and providing wildlife habitats through the use of plants. We are plant lovers! We love flowers, nature, growing our own food, and learning new things. We love helping our community by giving back. Our annual garden tour allows us to do that! 

Our club features monthly speakers, field trips, activities, member garden visits and our annual garden tour fundraiser. Membership meeting presentations cover a wide variety of gardening topics. Joining our garden club will provide you with an opportunity to meet and learn from veteran gardeners who are a wealth of gardening knowledge in the beautiful Inland Northwest. We meet the 2nd Tuesday of each month, 1 pm @ the CDA Public Library, community room downstairs, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, or unless otherwise noted.​

Dues are $20 year ($10 after July 1). Join us at a meeting and become a member today!

P.O. Box 914, Coeur d'Alene, ID 83816