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Gardens BC release itineraries for three Fraser Valley cities

Abbotsford, Langley and Chilliwack residents can discover garden experiences this spring
Tuscan Farm Gardens in Abbotsford, B.C. (Gardens BC)

Warmer weather is coming, the sun is up for longer everyday and the flowers are beginning to bloom, so Gardens BC has put together itineraries to spend a great day visiting diverse garden experiences in Abbotsford, Langley and Chilliwack.

Gardens BC is a free online resource allowing people to discover the many hidden garden gems in the Fraser Valley, while also tying in food options, scenic walks and shopping.

“We just wanted to encourage people in different areas to realize the wealth of gardening experiences they have in their own backyard, or in the neighbouring region,” president of Gardens BC Geoff Ball says.

Abbotsford has 14 stops in one day; including well-established locations such as Tanglebank Gardens, Maan Farms and Tuscan Farm Gardens.

Langley also features 14 stops in one day; including resident-favourite Krause Berry Farms and Full Bloom Lavender Farm.

Chilliwack has 12 stops in one day; including Minter Country Garden and Great Blue Heron Nature Reserve.

The itineraries are merely a suggestion on how to spend a day in each city. Ball encourages participants to go about the locations as they wish.

Gardens BC started putting together itineraries last year, focusing on Vancouver Island and Vancouver. The Fraser Valley itineraries are new additions this spring.

Gardens BC highlights and promotes garden tourism destinations across the province. They also invest in public gardens, offering organizations the opportunity to become a Gardens BC member.

To read more about the itineraries visit

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