- Dates: July 8, 2023
- Location: South Yarmouth
- Time: 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
When you visit Pamela Phipps’ gardens you’ll see a plant-lover’s paradise. This landscape has evolved over time, but it started with a scraggly lawn. Pamela’s first decision was to have no lawn at all; those interested in a turf-free yard, will experience the diversity, and beauty that can be created. See a landscape that supports birds, bees and butterflies. Trees and shrubs that were chosen or “taken in” have become a foundation for borders and paths. Hydrangeas and perennials are abundant, along with selected annuals. Experience how much flower power can be achieved on a third of an acre. Although Pamela is a professional gardener, this is a real person’s garden that will inspire and delight visitors.
Accessibility: Discretionary - Mostly flat but a few steps and narrow paths.
Parking: Please park on the side of Blue Rock Road taking care not to block the neighbors’ driveways or mail boxes.
Directions: Blue Rock Road runs off of Great Western Road/N. Main Street just south of Route 6. From the mid-Cape highway take exit 8 and go South on Station Ave. and make a left onto White’s Path. At the end of Whites Path turn right onto Great Western/N. Main St. and make a left onto Blue Rock Road.
The proceeds from the garden tour will benefit First Parish Brewster Unitarian Universalist Church. Admission: $5. Rain or Shine.