Please note that several of the gardens require extensive walking; comfortable or hiking shoes recommended. Although this event is outdoors, masks will be REQUIRED at all times per the property owner’s request. The gardens are privately owned and guests who cannot comply with this request will be asked to leave.
Dogwood Arts is committed to the health and wellness of our community. In an effort to keep our staff, attendees, and volunteers safe, we have implemented new guidelines for all upcoming events and programs.
Do not attend if you have symptoms of COVID-19.
Masks are required for all patrons over the age of 6 and must remain on throughout the duration of your time at the event (including outdoor events). If you are unable to comply with this request, you will be asked to leave. Dogwood Arts staff and volunteers will always have masks on.
Hand washing/sanitizing stations will be available
Attendees must maintain a physical distance of at least six feet from others not in their party
Please follow CDC/Health Department recommendations as you decide whether to participate in events. As the situation evolves, so will our approach to keeping you safe. We thank you for your patience and flexibility as we manage this and ask that you check back here for updates
VIRTUAL GARDEN TOURS:
PRODUCED BY POP FIZZ BRAND PRODUCTIONS
Since many people weren't able to travel to Knoxville last spring, we partnered with Pop Fizz Brand Productions to bring our Gardens to YOU! The videos below are intimate looks into two Open Gardens along the Historic Dogwood Trails in Knoxville, TN. Specially selected by the Open Gardens Committee, these exceptional gardens are works of art to be shown off during the peak blooming season in April.
LAKEMOOR HILLS DOGWOOD TRAIL
This Open Garden has sweeping views of the Tennessee River and was lovingly cultivated by longtime Dogwood Arts Volunteers and Trails Committee Members Ann & Dick Graf.
FARRAGUT DOGWOOD TRAIL
Enjoy this intimate look at the magnificent woodland garden that owners Michael & Mary Bates have been cultivating for over 25 years.