Thank you for attending the 2017 Ann Arbor Garden Walk, and helping support Ann Arbor Farm & Garden's philanthropic grants and scholarships to local community, school and public gardens and gardeners. Your feedback is very important to us as we strive to make the Garden Walk better every year. Thanks for taking the time to provide your comments and observations. Visit us at all year round to learn about our mini-garden visits (a very special one is coming in early July!) and other events. We hope you enjoyed a beautiful day in these beautiful spaces.

1. Was this the first Ann Arbor Garden Walk you've attended?

2. How did you learn about the Garden Walk?

3. Where did you purchase your Garden Walk tickets?

4. If you purchased tickets before Garden Walk day, what was the most important factor in your decision about when to purchase tickets?

5. The 2017 Garden Walk featured six gardens. Which three gardens did you enjoy most? Please explain why in the comment box. We'll ask you next about the two home interior tours. 

7. Please rate your Garden Walk experience in these areas. Help us improve -- please expand on your ratings in the comment section.

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Ease of parking/parking notes provided in ticket
Map in ticket and Garden Walk street signs
Proximity of gardens
Interaction with Garden Walk volunteers
Merchandise variety at gardens & Marketplace
Kerrytown garden & Marketplace location
Helpfulness of website for event details and materials

8. What do you value most from your Garden Walk participation? Please rank the following responses from 1 to 5, with 1 being the most important to you.

9. Are you on the Ann Arbor Farm & Garden email list?

10. Please provide any additional comments here. If you would like to nominate a garden for a future Walk, visit our Garden Walk page and click the "Nominate a Garden" button. Thank you so much for participating in the Walk and providing your feedback. See you next year, Saturday, June 9, 2018 in the gardens!

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