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Friendships forged through gardening


Last updated 5/4/2017 at Noon

Members of the Mill Creek Garden Club and some invited guests braved the cold for a tour of Cottage Lake Gardens and tea al fresco. Pictured (l-r) are Judy Scott, Lynne Menzies, guest Maxine Mitchell, Susie Egan owner of Cottage Lake Gardens and guest Peggy Estela.

Dressed in jeans, warm jackets, carrying umbrellas and not prepared for a formal tea party, 20 members of the Mill Creek Garden Club and several guests drove over to Cottage Lake Gardens in Woodinville on a chilly morning excited to tour the garden noted for growing all 50 of the world’s trillium species.

As they neared the two-acre botanical garden, the clouds parted and the sunlight streamed through the tall trees. It was almost magical. The sun was shining on another fabulous Mill Creek Garden Club excursion. Members half expected to fairies dancing sin the garden.

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