Wylde Center hosts annual garden tour this weekend
by Christine Fonville
09:50 AM, Wednesday, April 23
Decatur residents can welcome spring by taking a stroll through several of the city’s most beautiful public and private gardens in this year’s 26th annual Greater Decatur Garden Tour, sponsored by The Wylde Center. The tour will feature a unique m...

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