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Glenville stop on garden tour showcases transformation of tough terrain

Stan Hobbs’ garden in Glenville is among eight on this year’s Soroptimist tour on Saturday. When Hobbs began work on his backyard space, he encountered shale, which he had to clear out before creating Japanese-style features.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Stan Hobbs’ garden in Glenville is among eight on this year’s Soroptimist tour on Saturday. When Hobbs began work on his backyard space, he encountered shale, which he had to clear out before creating Japanese-style features.
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If you’re interested in sprucing up your garden or planting a new one, you might find inspiration this weekend during the Soroptimist International of Schenectady 10th Annual Garden Tour. Eight Schenectady County residents will open their gardens to visitors, rain or shine. They will showcase a wide variety of plants, trees, flowers and other garden features, including waterfalls, pools, stone pathways, butterfly gardens and gazebos. Visitors will be able to see how these gardeners transformed ...


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