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This rose garden in Laurel Hollow is one of the gardens on the Oyster Bay Main Street Association's 2nd Annual Oyster Bay Garden Tour, Wednesday, June 13, 2012. (June 4, 2012)(Credit: Rebecca Cooney)

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Oyster Bay Garden Tour

Four gardens are featured on this self-guided tour, including an East Norwich garden featuring an 8-foot waterfall that cascades into a pond and a Laurel Hollow location with more than 400 roses. At his four-acre Oyster Bay Cove garden, Nicholas Fasciano, 72, created an allée bordered by Leland Cypress that ends at a gazebo. "You plant something, and it grows, and it's beautiful," he says. "It sort of reinforces a joy of nature." There's also an aviary with peacocks and Bantam chickens, and a koi pond.