Belfast Garden Club’s Open Garden Days series of Friday fundraising events begins on June 22. Nine different gardens in and around Belfast—from residential displays to community gardens — will be open to visitors.

Each of the following gardens will be open on a designated Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., rain or shine, with a $5 donation that supports the garden club’s public garden maintenance and its annual scholarships given to Waldo County youth. All the locations offer easy terrain unless otherwise noted. For details about each garden and driving directions, go to belfastgardenclub.org. A season pass to visit all nine gardens can be purchased for a discounted rate of $30 at Left Bank Books, 109 Church Street in Belfast.

• June 22, Humphreys & Ferguson Garden, 188 Upper Bluff Road in Northport — with panoramic views to Penobscot Bay, the garden has 75 varieties of peonies as well as hostas, roses, daylilies and more.

• June 29, Hormel & Bixby Garden, 13 Eldorado Street, East Belfast — oceanside garden with pockets of color, structure and texture, with many shades of blue featured.

• July 13: Penobscot Shores, 10 Shoreland Drive, Belfast — community of waterfront cottages and apartments with a wildflower meadow created in conjunction with Belfast Bay Watershed Coalition, as well as raised beds used for herbs and vegetables.

• July 20, Bond Garden, 15 Congress Street, Belfast — 1849 home complemented by a cottage-style perennial garden, fenced vegetable garden, herb garden and grape arbor.

• July 27, Belfast Ecovillage and Cohousing, 25 Village Road, Belfast — community of highly energy-efficient homes with personal gardens of several residents open to visitors along with the shared vegetable beds that help provide food for some communal meals.

• August 3: Stanford Garden, 1496 Atlantic Highway, Northport — low-maintenance perennials, along with trees and rockwork at the site of this waterfront home built four years ago.

• August 10: Hause Garden & Studio, 66 Congress Street, Belfast — Residence and studio of an artist with a nearly life-sized bear statue, wisteria-covered trellis and hydrangea and hostas.

• August 17: Conard & Randall Garden, 35 Piper Stream Road, Northport— 50-acre Piper Stream Farm has a 1,600-square-foot vegetable garden, orchard, small greenhouse and native and horticultural shrubs and perennials

• August 24: McLeod Garden & Studio, 76 Patterson Hill Road, East Belfast — visitors can peek into the artist’s open Bright Bird Studio but should be prepared for moderately uneven terrain.