Wreaths, succulents and May baskets made by members of the Rossmoor Woman’s Club will be on sale during the Garden Tour. Courtesy photo.

RWC Garden Tour set for Sunday, May 19

Rossmoor’s 16th annual Spring Garden Tour and Outdoor Marketplace is expected to be bigger and better than ever this year.  Ticket holders will be able to visit five back yards in Rossmoor and the surrounding area, as well as shop at the Outdoor Marketplace at Rush Park, which will feature a variety of vendors, a plant sale, a raffle, food trucks and speakers from Vector Control and the UC Master Gardener Program talking about best practices for nurturing your plants.

The event, sponsored by the Rossmoor Woman’s Club, is scheduled to take place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday, May 19. 

Tickets may be purchased online at rossmoorwomansclub.com for $16 or they can be purchased for $15 from participating local merchants. You can also buy tickets the day of the tour at the Outdoor Marketplace in Rush Park, 3021 Blume Dr., Rossmoor. The tickets include all addresses on the tour and a map.

All net proceeds from the Garden Tour go to support the Rossmoor Woman’s Club’s  charitable work with a variety of organizations throughout north Orange County and Long Beach. The club provides scholarships for Los Alamitos High School students and money, in-kind donations or hands-on-work to help fill the needs at  organizations including Precious Life Shelter, Casa Youth Center,  Bethune Transitional Center, Ronald McDonald House, Food Finders, Long Beach Veterans Hospital, the Joint Forces Training Base, We Care, Fix Long Beach and many more. 

Merchants selling tickets are: 

Antica Olive Oil, Vinegars and Spices, 11110 Los Alamitos Blvd., Los Alamitos

Brita’s Old Town Gardens, 225 Main St. A, Seal Beach

Cinnamon Stik, 10641 Los Alamitos Blvd, Los Alamitos

McNally Electric & Lighting, 10792 Los  Alamitos Blvd., Los Alamitos

Prep Kitchen Essentials, The Shops at Rossmoor, 12207 Seal Beach Blvd.

This article was released by the Rossmoor Woman’s Club.

Local floral designer Darrell Poper helps Rossmoor Woman’s Club members make potting boxes filled with succulents that will be for sale at the Spring Garden Tour. Courtesy photo.
Local floral designer Darrell Poper helps Rossmoor Woman’s Club members make potting boxes filled with succulents that will be for sale at the Spring Garden Tour. Courtesy photo.