CAPE COD GARDENS

Heritage Museums and Garden– Sandwich – 67 Grove Street

Wonderful all season but best in May- Early June

Green Briar Wildflower Garden – 6 Discovery Hill Rd., E. Sandwich

Best time to visit in is late April to early June – but something of interest through September.  The Thornton Burgess Society owns the grounds and manages activities there which also include jam making and a nature center for children.

Armstrong- Kelley Park– Osterville Center

Wonderful summer garden, with trees, gardens and paths

St Mary’s Church– West Barnstable- 6A-across from Sturgis Library

Fabulous garden all season but best in the spring when the daffodils are in bloom- check the wet land area.

Spohr Garden– Woods Hole- 45 Fells Road

Calm and quiet garden on Oyster Pond which is nice all season but one of the best daffodil display in April!

Cape Cod Museum of Natural History– 6A Brewster

Wild flower garden to the side of the main building, which is best in the early spring. Wonderful place to hike to the beach.

Barnstable Cooperative Extension

Their website has information on the Cape Cod Master Gardeners Program and online fact sheets for growing plants on Cape Cod.  The Extension and the Master Gardeners host an “Evening in the Garden” once a month on Monday evenings during the summer.  The program is held at the Demonstration Garden at the Barnstable Fair Grounds in Mashpee on Route 151, check the Events calendar on their website.  Information on Workshops and Seminiars can be found under “News & Updates”