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Updated: 03/07/2018 09:40:05PM

Garden Club’s annual home tour begins Friday

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Venice Heritage volunteer Mickey Higel removes plaster from the Lord-Higel House in preparation for completing restoration of the building’s interior. Higel is the grandnephew of George Higel, for whom the 1896 residence is partially named.

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Nearly restored to its former 1898 glory, the historic Lord-Higel House will be featured on the Venice Area Garden Club’s 2018 Home Tour March 9 and 10.

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The newest home on the 2018 Venice Area Garden Club home tour is at 710 Barcelona Ave. It is 7 months old.

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David Stone sits on a carefully selected landscape rock next to a trumpet plant at the back of his home on Apalachicola in Venice.

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A monarch butterfly is drawn to the colorful blooms on this plant in the yard or David and Elizabeth Stone on Apalachicaol Road in Venice.

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Tour home number one, at 412 S. Nassau St. features a xeriscape yard and an interior that is artistic, electric and even whimsical thanks to its resident artist/owner.

PHOTO BY DAVID STONE

A monarch butterfly is drawn to the colorful blooms on this plant in the yard or David and Elizabeth Stone on Apalachicaol Road in Venice.

By KIM COOL

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The Venice Area Garden Club’s 29th annual home and garden tour will be Friday and Saturday, March 9 and 10.

Proceeds of the tour provide scholarships to Venice area students and benefit the beautification of the Venice Area.

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