Nacogdoches, Texas - the Garden Capital of Texas - will showcase some of its most beautifully landscaped gardens during the Tour of Home Gardens - extended to two days to encourage those who visit for the tours to take time to stop and smell the flowers. Join us in the garden, Saturday, May 19, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., and Sunday, May 20, from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Tickets are $20 each and are on sale throughout Nacogdoches. Pick up tickets from the following locations: ? Charles Bright Visitor Center, 200 E. Main St. (Visit Nacogdoches - Nacogdoches CVB); ? International Tours and Cruises, 3208 N. University Dr.; ? The Bosslight, 123 E. Main St.; and ? Charles Pool Real Estate, 3505 North St. Tickets include a discount of $5 off the purchase of two entrees at The Fredonia Hotel & Convention Center's 1st City Café that can be used any time between May 19 and May 31, 2018. This exclusive tour is thoughtfully curated by the Garden Capital of Texas Committee and includes stunning private home gardens and public gardens. Details for each garden destination will be on the ticket. Sponsors of the 2018 Tour of Home Gardens are Stretch ER, BancorpSouth, The Monarch Group of Raymond James, Landworks Landscapes and Pest Control, and The Fredonia Hotel & Convention Center. Money raised by the tour will help fund the Garden Capital committee's local planting efforts. The Garden Capital Committee has planted more than 1,500 trees in the past four years. The Arbor Day Foundation officially designated Nacogdoches as a Tree City in 2015, after the city partnered with the Garden Capital committee and Keep Nac Beautiful to meet four core standards of urban forestry management. For more information about the Garden Capital Tour of Home Gardens, contact the Garden Capital of Texas Committee at Keep Nacogdoches Beautiful, 936-560-5624 or by email at email@example.com. The mission of the Nacogdoches Garden Capital of Texas Committee is to educate, engage and inspire Nacogdoches area citizens to become involved in beautifying their community green spaces. The Nacogdoches Garden Capital Committee is a part of Keep Nacogdoches Beautiful.