Garden Tours to benefit Cape Cod Museum of Natural History

Tuesday, July 11, 2017 - 10:00am to 4:00pm
Hydrangea Fest
Brewster, MA

Two beautiful gardens will be open for viewing on July 11, 10 am-4 pm. The proceeds from the garden tours will benefit the Cape Cod Museum of Natural History . Admission:$5 per garden. Rain or Shine. 

Garden #1  Tranquil Labyrinth Among the Gardens
Address: 139 Old Chatham Road  Brewster , MA 02631
Take a woodland walk thru shade and native plants to a 7-circuit labyrinth! 15 years in the making, other gardens along this walk feature a butterfly garden, a purple weeping beech arbor leading to a fragrant garden, glacial outcroppings, and formal parterres with a koi and goldfish pond. Don’t miss curated collections of the owners’ favorite plants, including the fiery Japanese maples, specimen evergreens, hydrangeas, perennials, hostas, and daylilies all surrounding quiet seating areas. A marvel!
Garden Directions: Route 6 to Exit 11. Turn right/North at top of exit to Millstone. Turn Right. Look for Carol Ann Road about a quarter of a mile down Millstone on the left. Go to the end of the road and turn right. Property is on the left.

Garden #2   Serendipitous Hideaway
Address:   1434 Long Pond Road Brewster, MA 02631
Come explore a garden hideaway on the historic site of a former old Bell System phone switching station. The grounds are bursting with texture, color, and seasonal blooms! Inspired by classic Romantic English gardening, this stunning landscape paradise features many varieties of hosta, native plants and grasses, trees, shrubs, and vines paired with unique decorative touches. Meet the geese, watch the koi as you wander the rare, hard-to-find highlights of the garden that include a multitude of Hydrangea varieties. The garden is designed to bring year-round interest to every window, with winter as interesting as the summer. Expansive, one-of-a-kind garden nurtured for 17 years.
Garden Directions:  From 6A take Route 137 South, just past Crocker Nurseries and  Freemans’s Path on the West side of Route137/Long Pond Road. Garden Parking:  Laurel School Parking lot is next door to garden.

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