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June 9, 1995

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Sixth annual Zwaanendael Garden Tour steps off on Saturday, June 17 tions. The Zwaanendael Park will be the site for the Garden Market with more than 20 vendors selling antique and perennial plants, porch and patio ponds, aquatic plants, floral needlework, herbs and vinegars, orchid plants, bird- houses, jewelry and more. They include Windsor's Plant Outlet, The Swan's Nest, Ruth Pouska, Ambrosia, Casual Elegance, Sus- sex County Master Gardeners, Stillwater Herb Farm, Hollyberry Orchids, Beach Plum Gardens and Nursery, Auntie M's Emporium, JB Landscaping, Cape Artists, Earrings, Etc. By Claire, Becky Beebout, Mountain Memories, Plants from the Past, Redwing Studio, Eden Hill Farm Market, Martin's Garden Center, Country Lavender and Sea Smoke. The Lighthouse Restaurant will provide refreshments under the tent in the park, with hot dogs, hamburgers, kehobs, iced tea and soda available. The Milford Com- tnunity Band will entertain begin- ning at 2 p.m. in the park. The Garden Tour will kick off with a cocktail party at the Cape Shores Clubhouse on Friday, June 16 from 6:30 to 8 p.m., being hosted by Cape Shores Associates and RFJMAX Realty Group. Gardens on the tour include the Fisher-Martin House and herb garden, The Swan's Nest garden, the Wild Swan Inn garden, Anna B. Moore garden, Beebe Medical Center garden, Mr. and Mrs. H. Bailey Lester garden, Pat Coulter garden, Dr. and Mrs. Melbourne R. Carriker garden, Robert Koval- cik garden, the E.A. Amoroso gar- den and the Arthur and Marilyn Johns garden. Ten private gardens plus the public gardens will be shown at the Sixth Annual Zwaanendael Heritage Garden Tour in Lewes on Saturday, June 17 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. With a rain date of Sun- day, June 18, this year's popular gardens feature water ponds, pins use of herbs, fruits and vegetables and a variety of flowers. Four lectures will be given this year at St. Peter's Parish Hall as part of the tour admission. (There is a $2 charge per lecture for those without a ticket.) Lectures include: "Landscape Plants That Should Be Used More" by Jay Windsor, Sussex County horticul- tural agent for the University of Delaware. He will have a slide presentation at l0 a.m. to illustrate annuals, perennials, shrubs and trees that are well-adapted to the Eastern Shore. "Container Gardens: A Demonstration" by Chris Valenti of JB Landscaping at 11 a.m. This will be a hands-on demonstration about designing and making a container garden with unusual and interesting plans; how to fertilize for continuous color and the use of many different kinds of con- miners for unique displays. "Decorating with Dried Flow- ers" by Jeanne Wampler of Har- vest of Nature at 1 p.m. She will show examples of plants that can be dried or pressed as well as dis- cuss the proper techniques for drying and pressing flowers. "Lotions, Potions and No- tions" by Linda LaPlante-Beatty of Stillwater Herb Farm at 2 p.m. She will demonstrate how to use herbs to make hand lotions, dream pillows, bath blends and love 13o- 200un 00amilg Dining Restaurant & Pizzeria Route 24 Peddler's Village Open Year 'round 6:30 A. M. 302-945-7200 Tickets for the cocktail party and tour are $15, while tickets for the tour alone are $10 pre-sale and $12 the day of the tour. Children under 12 are free when accompa- nied by an adult. Tickets are on sale at the Lewes Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Bureau in the Fisher-Martin House, Kings Highway, Lewes. Also selling tickets are The Swan's Nest across from the Zwaanendael Mu- seum, as well as at The Stepping Stone on Market and Front streets, Trader's Jewelry and Gifts on Second Street and the Cape Gazette on Rt. 1. For more infor- mation contact the Lewes Cham- ber of Commerce at 645-8073. MEMBER I00IC CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 9' June i5, i995 - 45 Boyce's Restaurant & Pub 1 & 31 Robinson Drive Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971 227-8600 Daily Bar Specials 4 - 7 That is, unless you have a Rate Enhancer CD from County Bank. Who says you don't get a second chance? With the Rate Enhancer CD from County Bank, you get a great interest rate to begin with. Then, ff that rate takes a turn for the better, you have the option to "enhance' and lock in at the higher rate! And your rate can be enhanced not once, but twice. It's easy. Just invest $5,000 or more, then sit back and watch your money grow. Our 2 to 5 year Rate Enhancer CD is FDIC insured up to $100,000. just ___ another great investment opportunity from County Bank. 00ounty REHOBOTH LONG NECK MILFORD 302-226-9800 302-947.7300 302-424-2500 o mb a) . PenaiW fr early watuhawaL See bmk fx detatlt .fl