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Discover enchanted gardens during Hidden Gardens of Lambertville Tour


Explore hidden treasures and support a great cause by joining the 26th annual Hidden Gardens of Lambertville Tour to experience the magic and inspiration offered by an eclectic array of private outdoor sanctuaries.

Tickets are now on sale for the self-guided walking tour, taking place Saturday, June 8, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., rain or shine. Hosted by the Kalmia Club, the tour features private gardens in the charming riverside community of Lambertville. Visitors can explore captivating, diverse gardens filled with plants and flowers in both shady and sunny environments.

“Join us on June 8 to experience the magic and inspiration these outdoor oases present,” said Garden Tour Committee Chairwoman Donna Pakula. “Each garden tells a unique story of passion, creativity and natural beauty, making this tour a delightful journey for DIY enthusiasts in need of inspiration, art aficionados intrigued by transformed found objects, locals and visitors alike enjoying the discovery of hidden gems and Lambertville’s beauty and charm.”

Proceeds support Kalmia Club’s community outreach initiatives and scholarships for local young women. Advance tickets are $25 available at and Bucks on Bridge in Lambertville, or $30 day of. The tour begins at the historic pink Kalmia Clubhouse, 39 York St.. For information, visit or email

Highlights of the 2024 Hidden Gardens of Lambertville Tour:

•A meticulously restored horticultural marvel surrounding an 1867 Tuscan Revival home on North Union Street.

•A living fairy tale, featuring peonies, lilies, rhododendron, iris, hydrangea and begonias transformed by a green thumb on Grant Avenue.

•An evolving shade garden showcasing a George Street interior designer’s passion for color and texture.

•An eclectic Delaware Road garden emphasizing inclusivity and enjoyment.

•A Jefferson Street backyard retreat inspired by an English garden.

•A delightful mix of surprises on George Street reflecting the gardeners’ eclectic tastes and resourcefulness.

•A quirky yard on Delevan Street transformed into a captivating secret garden, starting with a free-form patio and native pollinators.

•A blacktopped Swan Street side yard transformed into a thriving garden during COVID.

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