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Gardening columnist, travel expert to discuss planned England garden tour

UPDATED: Thu., Oct. 26, 2017, 5:49 p.m.

Magnolia trees in blossom in Kew Gardens, London, in March 2007. Gardening writer Susan Mulvihill and travel expert Val Day, both of Spokane, will discuss on Saturday, Oct. 28, 2017, their plan to take a garden tour group to England in spring 2018. (Clara Molden / AP)
Magnolia trees in blossom in Kew Gardens, London, in March 2007. Gardening writer Susan Mulvihill and travel expert Val Day, both of Spokane, will discuss on Saturday, Oct. 28, 2017, their plan to take a garden tour group to England in spring 2018. (Clara Molden / AP)

Susan Mulvihill, who writes a garden column for The Spokesman-Review and also an author, has partnered with travel expert Val Day, of House of Travel, to lead a tour of “some of the mostbeautiful gardens in England” next spring, according to a news release.

The garden tour May 16-27 will include the Chelsea Flower Show, Waterperry Gardens, Sissinghurst Castle Garden, Hidcote Manor Garden, Kew Gardens and Great Dixter. Hotel accommodations will be at four- and five-star hotels, the release said.

Mulvihill and Day will discuss the trip itinerary and details of the tour at a meeting Saturday from 3 to 5:30 p.m. at the Moran Prairie Library, 6004 S. Regal St., in Spokane.

For more information, contact Day at (509) 991-8334 or by email at Val@internationalhouseoftravel.com.



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