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2017 WAGC Garden Club Tour Photos

June 11 was a beautiful day for our second “Step Into Our Gardens!” garden tour. A warm sunny day with a nice breeze under the shade trees brought out gardeners and garden lovers of all ages to view the seven exquisite gardens in Franklin Lakes, Midland Park, Waldwick, and Wyckoff. 

Thank you to:

— all the attendees who toured the gardens. We hope you had an enjoyable experience!

— WAGC member Marina Kunkera and her family for managing the baked goods and refreshments at one of the lovely gardens. 

— all the docents who sat at each garden to greet each attendee at the seven gardens. 

— garden tour committee chair Janet Schulz and the garden tour committee members for making our second garden tour a great success! 

— our sponsors for helping to make “Step Into Our Gardens!” a wonderful event.

— Donna Dorsey of Goffle Brook Farm & Garden Center for putting together the fabulous plant sale!


See y’all in 2019!

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The Refreshment Committee: Lauren Kunkera, Eva Kunkera, and Marina Kunkera were ready all day during the garden tour to help serve lemonade and delectable goodies to attendees.

Above photo credit: Joan Rottkamp



Beautiful rose garden with trellis


Below photo credit: WAGC member Fran DiGiorgio

Flowering Creeping Jenny!


A secret garden to sip iced tea and enjoy the natural surroundings of summer foliage, scurrying chipmunks, and tweeting birds.


A serene shade garden.

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Below photo credit: Lauren Faustini

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Below photo credit: Eileen Avia

A little garden helper at the plant sale which was held at her grandmother’s (and WAGC member’s) house.

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WAGC President Eileen Avia made lovely arrangements that were placed at the tables where the docents sat to greet attendees.