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Garden Tours to Benefit Cape Cod Synagogue Ukraine Relief Fund - July 10

July 10, 2022
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    • Dates: July 10, 2022
    • Location: West Barnstable & Centerville
    • Time: 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM

    The proceeds from the garden tours will benefit the Cape Cod Synagogue Ukraine Relief Fund. Admission:$5 per garden. Rain or Shine.

    Eileen and Stan Elias Garden - 42 Packet Landing Way, West Barnstable
    Tour benefitting Cape Cod Synagogue Food Pantry/Ukraine Relief Fund

    Marsh Located and Easy to Care Child-Supported Garden. Blue and White Hydrangeas support a garden developed for kids and easy maintenance. Garden includes perennials, annuals, decorative grasses, Rose of Sharon bushes, Blue Berry bushes, Rosa Rugosa plantings which align the garden's front perimeter, and 50+ year old lilac and rhododendron plants align with the garden's natural stone landscaping.  Canoe supports mixed vegetables and window boxes include mix of annuals and perennials. Open for Tours: Saturday, July 9 and Sunday, July 10.
    Directions:  Mid Cape Highway and get off at Exit 65 (old Exit 5) (Route 149) and go three-quarters around the rotary so you are essentially making a left turn onto Route 149 North. Take this to the dead end and a blinker. Turn right onto Route 6A and the next left, after passing small shopping center and about 50 yards away, onto Packet Landing Way. Ours is the second house on the left, 42 (number on house front door and on PO Box), with a double garage and shell driveway.  Take Packet Landing slowly. The street is 1½ cars wide and last paved during the Coolidge administration. Parking: In addition to our driveway, can park on the street but please park only on the left side so that other cars can get past.

    Anne and George Gingold - 469 Elliott Road, Centerville
    Tour benefitting Cape Cod Synagogue Food Pantry/Ukraine Relief Fund
    Description: Swan View. High on knoll overlooking the Centerville River and a marsh below. Abundant niko blue hydrangeas. Interesting ground cover, perennials and annuals in impressionist colors. Homemade compost and organic fertilizer used throughout. Hydrangeas, Rose of Sharon and rare lilac plants are available for those with a shovel and a bag. Directions: From Route 28 and Strawberry Hill Road (at Centerville/Hyannis line) where there is St. George's Greek Church and a CVS, go south on Strawberry Hill about 0.5 mile to Pine Street. Turn right on to Pine Street, and then IMMEDIATELY left on to Elliot Road. Go down Elliot Road for about 0.7 mile, At a “T” intersection bear left, and 0.2 mile past the “T” you will be there. It’s a light grey house up on a knoll on your right, with a semicircular stone driveway. #469 on the mailbox.