Georgetown Garden Tour Has Banner Day

Andrea Filippone of F2 Environmental Design stands next to an antique rooster sculpture in the Pyne garden, where lettuce and other edibles are grown for the table. She oversees the garden.
Robert Devaney
Andrea Filippone of F2 Environmental Design stands next to an antique rooster sculpture in the Pyne garden, where lettuce and other edibles are grown for the table. She oversees the garden.

Despite a downpour and drizzle -- something every garden needs -- the Georgetown Garden Tour enjoyed a busy day with visitors checking out gardens, each with its own noteworthy and high qualities.

While the Pyne garden got top attention, across town there were nine gardens for lovers of horticulture and home with arrivals at most place continuing right up to 5 p.m.

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