6  ACRE WOODLAND GARDEN

Take a stroll through the garden’s winding trails.

  • Spohr Garden anchors
  • swans on Oyster Pond
  • summer flowers bridge
  • azaleas and rhododendrons

GARDEN FEATURES

Falmouth’s ‘Hidden Treasure’ is a 6 acre woodland garden.

Open to the public, free of charge, every day of the year.

Spring bulbs, followed by azaleas, rhododendrons, and day lilies. Anchors and millstones are scattered throughout the property. Paths take you along Oyster Pond offering vistas of Nantucket Sound.

Open 8 a.m. – 8 p.m. daily.
Free – public welcome!

EXPLORE THE GARDEN

Garden Features

Spohr Gardens provides a breathtaking succession of colorful blooms from early spring through late summer beginning with the spring bulbs followed by the azaleas, rhododendrons, lilies, and summer and fall blooming perennials. There are also climbing hydrangeas, hostas, and many shade loving perennials. In addition to the azaleas and rhododendrons, skimmia, Andromeda, and leucothoe cover the hillsides. Specimen trees include magnolias, American hollies, cryptomeria, dawn redwoods, umbrella pines, and 4 types of beech trees – American, European, weeping and copper.

You will discover the anchors, millstones, cobblestones, chains, lanterns and watering troughs which are integrated like sculptures among the flowers, trees and shrubs of the Gardens.

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Garden Paths

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Butterfly Project

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Anchors

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Millstones

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Trees

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