Dixie Regional 2019 Tour Gardens

Welcome to the tour gardens for the Dixie Regional 2019. Please also visit our Welcome Page for more information about our location and attractions.

Five tour gardens will be open to greet convention goers on Saturday, May 4, from 8 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. Attendees are free to visit the gardens any time during these hours. Addresses to each garden can be found in your welcome bag. Be sure to find the auction hosta in each garden that the hosts have selected for Saturday night's auction. Look for the special marker.

Because lunch is on your own, we have added a short list of recommended eateries near each garden.

Eagles' Perch - Florence and George Kruer

Hungry? All in or near Milton, a vintage Delaware shipbuilding town: A Different Kitchen for Banh Mi or Lettuce wraps (+vegetarian options); Po' Boys for their signature sandwich; King's Homemade Ice Cream, a Milton institution

Moss Manor - Gayle and Terry August

Hungry? See above. Also: The Backyard in Milton for gluten free/vegetarian and build-your-own salads

Cedarwood - Jim Henry and Herb Burgess

Hungry? El Dorado on Route 24 for down-home fish tacos; JavaByte cafe on Route 1 for quick sandwiches (vegetarian options) and Internet; Full Belly Bistro near Lewes for pizza slices; Hopkins Farm Creamery on Route 9 for ice cream straight from the cows

The Garden of Vickie and Al Thompson

Hungry? In or around Seaford, at the head of the Nanticoke river: Stargate Diner; Southern Grill (Facebook Page); Hard to Handle Subs (Facebook Page); Harbor House Seafood

Creekside on Pepper Creek - Jan and Greg Thompson

Hungry? Porto Pizza and Grill, nearby; The Good Earth in Ocean View (vegetarian options); Blue Water Grill and Georgia House in Millsboro; The Penguin in Bethany Beach (farm to table); Woody's in Dewey Beach (on Route 1, about a dozen minutes south of the hotel heading in the direction of the garden) for the best crabcakes on the planet