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The Meadow’s backyard pathway features breathtaking cactus and unusual succulents.
Drought-tolerant plantings were abundance on this property that was included in the Fallbrook Garden Club’s Garden Tour on April 13.
This home’s driveway is lined with succulents; Ron Mintle’s 1971 Barracuda is in background, during the Fallbrook Garden Club’s Garden Tour.
On the garden tour, this home’s front driveway includes “traditional” plantings as well as Joe Kueneman’s 1931 Chevrolet Special sedan.
This winsome retreat area with decorative plantings around the pond can be enjoyed from a hanging swing.
This winsome retreat area with decorative plantings around the pond can be enjoyed from a hanging swing.
The Meadow’s yard also contains raised vegetable planters and a decorative garden around a fountain.
Monty Voigt’s 1971 Olds Cutlass convertible is on view near the Meadow’s potting and plant prep area.

Hundreds attend Fallbrook Garden Tour, which included vintage vehicles on display

Thursday, April 25th, 2013
Issue 17, Volume 17.

FALLBROOK - After months of preparation, the Fallbrook Garden Club’s annual Garden Tour held April 13 came to a successful end "without a hitch," organizers said. The club had close to one hundred volunteers who worked together to make the event memorable and share their passion for plants and for the community. Seven magnificent gardens were featured on the tour.

Visitors came from all over and raved over the variety of gardens they visited. Carrying cameras and taking notes, visitors descended on seven beautifully manicured gardens with amazing planters, a great collection of roses, exotic fruit trees, palms and the most spectacular succulent’s displays.

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Fallbrook Historical Society Museum parking lot was transformed to a wonderful marketplace with hundred of plants for sale, local venders selling their garden-related items, and a great display of vintage cars by the Fallbrook Vintage Car Club.

Organizers said local businesses donated over 60 raffle prizes, the Fallbrook Historical Society graciously allowed the use of their grounds, and the property owners, who generously opened their homes to enthusiastic onlookers, all helped Fallbrook Garden Club members create the most successful fundraiser yet for the organization.

Proceeds from the tour are used for community projects and college scholarships for deserving students. For more information, visit



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