Presented by Cockade City Garden Club

As you wander through Prince George County for the Garden Tour, plan to enjoy a lovely lunch at Historic Martins Brandon Church that will include a continuous fashion show from the very special boutique All Manor of Things. In addition there will be beautiful geraniums in all colors available for purchase. All proceeds from the luncheon will go to The Historic Blandford Cemetery Foundation. Tickets are available at Ms. Hairstyling & Palmore Decorating Center in Petersburg & Boulevard Flowers just north of Colonial Heights, or you can pay that day. All Manor of Things is located in a dependency at Weston Manor on the Appomattox River in Hopewell at 400 Weston Lane.
The Church is also on the Garden Tour. Built in 1855, it is the 4th church building, but the parish was established in 1618 and there has been continuous worship here for 400+ years. Another special treat is a visit to acclaimed VA artist Ed Hatch’s studio very nearby; it will be open from 2 – 4 pm. It is inside his grandfather’s old country store, so be sure to stop in (18817 James River Drive).