the women gardeners of ridgewood proudly presents the 2018 secret gardens tour
Sun, June 03, 2018
Time: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Location: Unique and private gardens in Ridgewood, The Stable in Ridgewood
Event Description

The Secret Gardens Tour has become a tradition for garden lovers from near and far. Plan to spend a delightful day with family
and friends on a self-guided tour. Each garden is unique and reflects the individual style of
the owner.
The beautiful gardens will delight and enchant ticket holders. Their splendor is the result of careful planning and lots of experimentation.
Whether you are a novice gardener or have years of experience, you’ll enjoy these unique public and private gardens in Ridgewood and the historic Cheelcroft section of Ho-Ho-Kus.
Not to be missed – the historic James Rose House and Garden. Constructed in 1953 on an area half the size of a tennis court, Rose described his home as a “tiny village;” a composite of three buildings for himself, his mother and his sister. Here Rose created a unique work of art fusing modern sculpture,
architecture and landscape into a single unified
place for living. Before his death in 1991, Rose planned the establishment of The James Rose Center for Landscape Architectural Research and Design – a living demonstration of his approach to design as a never-ending process of change and development. The Center now serves as the headquarters of a non-profit educational foundation.
The entry fee is being generously waived by the Center for our ticket holders.

Tickets are now on sale at Backyard Living, Bookends and Mango Jam in Ridgewood. Maps are included on the ticket. All tickets must be picked up at the Ridgewood Public Library on Saturday, June 2nd from 10am to 1pm OR Sunday, June 3rd from 9am to 3pm.
All pre-ordered box lunches must be picked up on Sunday, June 3rd between 11am and 2pm at Catch-y Cafe, 614 North Maple Avenue,
Ho-Ho-Kus, dine-in or take-out.
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