Originally built circa 1830 as housing for workers at the Boston & Sandwich Glass Company, “Washed Ashore Cottage” is now a vacation home for the owners. Enter the garden through the white picket fence and on your right the front patio garden is punctuated with chocolate-chip Ajuga, Hostas and Phlox. Nikko- blue Hydrangeas, and perennials including Heuchera, Iberis, and Coreopsis surround the delightful screened porch. A small rose garden flanked by antique clay pots leads your eye to the rock garden, which provides year-round interest. Enjoy the lushness of Hostas, Ferns, and Black-eyed Susans interspersed with Rose of Sharon, Weigela and Forsythia. The rear garden includes Norway Maple, Weeping Cherry, Serviceberry and Viburnum supported by a beautiful perennial bed. Feel free to sit awhile and reflect on what makes Cape Cod so special.