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Photo Contest - Past SDHS Garden Tours


Share Your Garden Photos

Enter our Photo Contest by April 3rd


Since our garden and meetings are canceled for the time being, we would like to keep you involved in our Horticultural Community.


In lieu of a garden tour we are asking for members to share their photos from past garden tours with the public.  

We've asked the garden tour chair, John Beaudry, to select his favorite photo from the submittals.  The photographer of the selected photo will receive a hand-crafted wooden bowl made by treasurer, Ray Brooks.  Ray has been providing bowls as door prizes at our meetings for several years and they are one of the most appreciated and sought after door prizes at meetings.

Contest Guidelines

  • Log in to website (use the Log in link in the top right corner) with your email address and password. You may need to set or reset your password
  • Upload 5 of your own photos
  • After uploading photos, add a caption to each photo to briefly describe the photo
  • Once you've uploaded your photos, they will be visible to the public on this page
  • Check back to see new submissions. Click on photo to view full screen size.
  • Photos may be used in the SDHS website, online newsletter, Facebook page, and Instagram account
  • Contest ends April 3rd

Garden Descriptions from Past Tours

Here are links to garden descriptions from the 4 previous tours:


Uploaded Photos

61 photo(s) Updated on: Fri, April 03, 2020
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  • Office Garden, a wonderful place to work and with only a 20 foot commute.
  • Garden surrounding the swimming pool that has a pond like effect.
  • Pathway to the secluded Zen garden, where restful contemplation can take place.
  • Pathway through the garden surrounding the mystical playhouse for kids both young and old.
  • A true California Spring time poppy field garden, making for a wonderful spot to sit and relax.
  • 2016 - Del Mar
  • 2016 - Del Mar
  • 2016 - Del Mar Bromeliads, cactus, aloes and succulents
  • 2016 - Del Mar - Wonderful tile work
  • 2016 - Del Mar - wonderful potted succulent collection on a front porch
  • 2017 - Raven Fountain
  • 2017 - Lithops, Living Rocks
  • 2017 - Potted garden display
  • 2017 - Homeowner Pots for Sale
  • 2017 - Artist in the garden
  • 2017 - Contemporary Garden in Point Loma
  • 2017 - A very creative garden Nice in Ocean Beach
  • 2017 - Point Loma downspout
  • 2017 - Front yard replacement
  • 2017 - A beautiful view high above San Diego Bay
  • 2015 - Presidio Hill Garden
  • 2015 - Mission Hills Garden Gate
  • 2015 - Mission Hills Canyon Garden
  • 2015 - Milton Sessions planted Eucalyptus in Marston Hills
  • 2015 -Wysteria on Bankers Hill
  • 2015 - Backyard Courtyard
  • 2015 - Blue Oasis Pool
  • 2015 - Swimming pool in Marston Hills
  • Happy Gnome
  • Path to Serenity
  • Pond View
  • Heads a Plenty
  • Overflowing Abundance
  • James Hubbell designed home in Vista on the garden tour in 2011
  • 2019 Voyage of Discovery, 3
  • 2019 Voyage of Discovery, 2
  • 2019 Voyage of Discovery, 1
  • 2019 Rocky Friends, Voyage of Discovery
  • 2019 Montezuma's Revenge, 500 year-old oak tree.
  • 2018 Encinitas Escape
  • 2016 Torrey Pines View, Melaleuca Incana Prostrate
  • 2016 Palm Paradise
  • The light was perfect to highlight this beautiful plant combination
  • Cottage Garden Look in la Mesa
  • Full Bloom in La Mesa.
  • What's not to love!
  • Garden Tour flyer from 2019 tour in La Mesa
  • Garden Tour flyer from 2015 tour co-hosted with the San Diego Floral Association of gardens near Balboa Park.
  • Garden Tour flyer from 2016 tour in Carmel Valley & Del Mar
  • Garden Tour flyer from 2017 tour in Point Loma
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Our Vision To champion regionally appropriate horticulture in San Diego County.


 





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