PRESS PHOTOS BY LOU WHEELANDVisitors to the home and garden of Harry and Janice Randall, Greenawalds, South Whitehall, were impressed with the variety of flowering plants and greenery. John Seasholtz of Center Valley; homeowner and gardener Janice Randall; Judy and Kevin Murphy of Orefield and Kathy Seasholtz discuss the Randalls’ plants. Copyright - Lou Wheeland Photography
A pond graces the center of the Harry and Janice Randall property in Greenawalds. Copyright - Lou Wheeland Photography
Janice Randall is surrounded by the evidence of her and husband Harry’s hard work as members of the Parkland Garden Club. Copyright - Lou Wheeland Photography
Gina Kormanik, of Allentown, asks Parkland Garden Club member Marsha Heimann what the secret is to her garden. According to Marsha, the secret is her husband Martin’s tireless efforts to maintain a beautiful garden. Copyright - Lou Wheeland Photography
A special visitor, a yellow and black butterfly, joined the Parkland Garden Club’s annual garden tour by landing on a Hosta plant. Copyright - Lou Wheeland Photography
Gina Kormanik joins Martin and Marsha Heimann in their garden during the Parkland Garden Club’s annual garden tour. Copyright - Lou Wheeland Photography
Marsha Chowdhury toured Barbara Molt’s property in Allentown during the Parkland Garden Club’s annual garden tour July 13. Copyright - Lou Wheeland Photography
Touring Parkland’s gardens
The Parkland Garden Club sponsored its annual garden tour on a beautiful July 13.
Expecting between 150 and 200 visitors, Parkland Garden Club President Bonnie Keller was grateful for the fine weather for this year’s event.
Each home had members of the garden club checking in visitors and providing information as needed for the current garden, as well as directions to additional gardens.