Val McMichael stands in her whimsical garden in Granite Bay earlier this month. This spectacular English style garden will be the setting for a fairy wonderland garden party, “The Garden Party of Wonder and Delight,” a fundraiser for a new museum to house the Victorian and Christmas collections of Dolph Gotelli.
Val McMichael stands in her whimsical garden in Granite Bay earlier this month. This spectacular English style garden will be the setting for a fairy wonderland garden party, “The Garden Party of Wonder and Delight,” a fundraiser for a new museum to house the Victorian and Christmas collections of Dolph Gotelli. Lezlie Sterling lsterling@sacbee.com
Val McMichael stands in her whimsical garden in Granite Bay earlier this month. This spectacular English style garden will be the setting for a fairy wonderland garden party, “The Garden Party of Wonder and Delight,” a fundraiser for a new museum to house the Victorian and Christmas collections of Dolph Gotelli. Lezlie Sterling lsterling@sacbee.com

A Granite Bay fantasyland garden hosts a museum benefit

June 12, 2015 7:00 AM

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