CAPE MAY – The Garden Club of Cape May has been a driving force for the beautification of Cape May through various community projects.
These include the seasonal planting and maintenance of the gardens in front of the U.S. Post Office on Washington Street, the Colonial House behind City Hall and the Water Tower Cottage on Columbia Avenue.
During the summer, the club recognizes some of the hidden treasures that may be found in the gardens of the town, according to club president Carol Diesl.
Each month, the club selects a garden to feature which expresses the unique viewpoint of the owner in flowers, shrubs, trees and water features.
Every garden is an oasis which offers the visitor a delightful look at the talent and creativity of the gardener.
For July, the club will feature the Victorian home and garden of Kathy Cottrell, 922 Washington St., Cape May.
Her front door is wreathed in a lush arbor of flowers with two charming Victorian dolls. The winding drive will take the viewer on a journey brimming with colorful flowers and decorative trellises, birdhouses, and sheds. This is a visit that will be well remembered.
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