Annual Glen Garden Walk April 14th
Meet at 12:30 at 10409 Scenario Lane…then head of to #1 of 5 fabulous properties on the walk!
1. David May at 2519 Perdido Lane
There are approximately 5 acres of orchards, cactus, and lush grounds all at the end
of Perdido Lane. David has been a part of the Glen Garden Walk for several
years and will provide us with information on the history and development of
his labor of love. There will be an opportunity at the end of the presentation to take a 30 minute round trip hike up to the ridge
that overlooks Stone Canyon Reservoir. David has kindly requested that cars are
parked on Beverly Glen Blvd or Lower Perdido Lane
2. Mary Morlas at 10211 Seabury Lane
An English country enchanted garden awaits on Seabury Lane. This
property boasts multiple ponds, azaleas, camellias, wisteria, lavender, roses
and a storybook bridge. There are even a few deer and a duck enjoying the
landscaping. This piece of paradise is to be enjoyed and not missed.
3. Deralee Scanlon at 1818 N Beverly Glen Blvd
Deralee has had a busy year replanting her backyard to be showcased in the Glen Garden
Walk. There are a variety of interesting plants from Grevillea for hummingbirds, two dwarf purple
butterfly bushes, blue hydrangea, Japanese toad lilies, burgundy lace ferns,
pink clematis, bearded iris, red & melon colored day lilies, a lilac tree,
pink magnolia tree, hillside & creeping lantana, and various fruit trees.
Deralee will be offering refreshments in the form of organic carrot, beet,
celery, kale & ginger root combination vegetable juices, organic flax
crackers and organic Montmorency dried tart cherries that have been sweetened
with apple juice.
4. Eric and Sharalee Flesche at 1665 N Beverly Glen Blvd
This slice of Beverly Glen has been maxed out with beautiful
landscaping of assorted styles and colors. Tiers of flowers & greenery
excite the eye as you wander through the different levels enjoying the sounds
of the waterfalls along the way. Hummus and olive tapenade cups and beverages
will be offered.
5. Barton and Karen Simonsen’s Arroyo House at Crater Lane
Wait until you see it now! Karen and Barton’s Arroyo House now functions as a portal to
an expanded holding of two acres where terracing and runoff controls have
allowed creation of a sequence of outdoor spaces each supporting specific
seasonal use. From the “Landing Pad” at the top to the Citrus Patio
below the house, the gardens fall 130 feet. A small vineyard produces Cabernet
Franc and Sauvignon Blanc grapes for estate bottled winemaking.
Heidi Santchi of Heidi Santchi Garden Design will be on hand to assist us in identifying all of the flowers & plants that the glen has to offer. We are very thankful for her time and expertise. Visit Heidi at www.hsgardenss.com.
Thank you for participating and enjoying all of the nature that The Glen has to offer, Sharalee Flesche, Social Chair.