Garden enthusiasts’ delight

As one of the hosts of Jade Hill, Paul Arcario greeted visitors and showcased his garden. Photo by Kaitlin Lyle

AMENIA — The Tri-state Region was in full bloom on Saturday, July 14, as the Amenia Garden Club hosted A Celebration of Private Gardens. After picking up their tickets to paradise, spectators set off to explore a breathtaking array of private gardens, including Squirrel Hall in Millbrook; Broccoli Hall, Jade Hill and St. Thomas Episcopal Church’s Food of Life Pantry and Giving Garden in Amenia and Phantom’s Rock and Neverest in Wassaic; and Cobble Pond Farm in Sharon. Spectators marveled at what the gardens had to offer and mingled with this year’s hosts.

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