The Hidden Gardens of Lambertville - 2006!

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Tucked behind the quaint streets and historic store fronts of Lambertville are lush hidden gardens as varied as the neighbors who inhabit our eclectic riverside city.

Ten such gardens were on display during the Kalmia Club’s 10th annual Hidden Gardens of Lambertville Tour on Saturday, June 10, 2006.

The stone paths and manicured gardens that surround the Martin Coryell House (North Union St.) feature brilliant daffodils, tulips, iris, peonies, foxglove, roses, day lilies and more. The connected Italian-inspired outdoor garden rooms of Rita and Eric Pfenninger (George St.) include rhododendrons, forsythia, herbs, vegetables and flowers.

An exquisite rose-covered pergola is the highlight of Wolf Vogel’s entrancing garden (Clinton St.) and a calming koi pond is the centerpiece of Heidi and Michael’s private retreat (George St.).

Local musicians Bliggins and Goines, winners of the 2005 New Jersey Folk Festival Songwriters Contest, performed from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. in Mary Sheridan Park adjacent to the Kalmia Clubhouse.

Proceeds from the Hidden Gardens of Lambertville event are used to sponsor community outreach programs and Kalmia's annual scholarship award given to a local female high school senior. For more information, call 609-397-2537 or email us.

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