Jane Earley’s property at 115 Cedar Street and Betsy Reid’s at 129 Cedar in Belfast.
Jane Earley’s property at 115 Cedar Street and Betsy Reid’s at 129 Cedar in Belfast.
Belfast Garden Club’s Open Garden Day on Friday, August 16, will feature two neighboring gardens in Belfast. The gardens will be open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., rain or shine. A $5 donation helps the club fund public gardens and contribute toward Unity College scholarships. Master Gardener Jane Earley’s small, in-town garden at 115 Cedar Street includes shade gardens, flower beds, raised vegetable beds, a pottery studio and a fountain. Betsy Reid’s small, mixed-use garden at 129 Cedar Street features vegetables, flowers and a wooden gate to the backyard made by Betsy’s husband Bill, who taught at Corcoran School of the Arts and Design and makes artistic rustic furniture. Tickets are available on-site or in advance at Aubuchon Hardware, Left Bank Books, or The Good Table, all in Belfast.