Marjorie Harvey and her grandson Jack.
For the third straight year, Marjorie Harvey opened up her Cotuit yard to the general public, all to raise funds for HAC’s Angel House shelter in Hyannis.
“My garden is my passion,” Harvey said last month on the first of two days when visitors could tour her yard which is rich with an assortment of colorful flowers that include hydrangeas, daisies and campanulas as well as a fairy garden. “This is a chance for me to share that passion with others.”
Since 2016, Harvey has participated in the Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce’s Hydrangea Festival which is held every July and allows the public to tour stunning gardens like hers for a minimal fee. Proceeds from the tours go to support nonprofits like HAC.
Harvey was joined by her grandson, Jack Thornton of Hanover, who helped greet visitors to her yard. Along with the garden tour, Harvey held a cocktail party for family and friends as part of her fundraising effort.
This year, Harvey raised over $2,300 that will go to Angel House, a family shelter which serves mothers overcoming addiction and their children.