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is proud to participate in the

Cape Cod Hydrangea Festival

10 AM - 4 PM
Admission fee $5.00 per garden

75 Willow Field Drive, North Falmouth

37 Arthur Street, North Falmouth

5 Penny Royal Lane, East Falmouth

73 Allen Avenue, Falmouth

  Willow Field Drive: Ponds & Woodland Trails

Established in 1990 and spread over more than an acre, this lovely garden includes a fishpond and woodland trails.  It is heavily populated with rhododendrons, mountain laurels, and other spring blooming shrubs.  Perennial beds near the house include day lilies, hydrangea, hosta, peony, lavender and other herbs.  Japanese maples are doted throughout the property 

  Arthur Street: Gorgeous Naturalized Artists' Retreat

This expansive garden wraps around the entire property at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac. Built in stages over the years, the beautiful sloping property is the perfect way to highlight dimension and perspectives in a garden.  As you would expect from the artists who designed and maintain it, this property also features garden sculptures and sanctuaries. 

 Penny Royal Lane: English Perennial Shade 

This expansive perennial garden was covered in trees when the owner purchased the property.  Numerous trees were removed making way for a sweeping perennial border.  Both sun and shade were the guides in plant selection and placement.

 Allen Avenue : Charming In-Town Location 

Located between downtown Falmouth and Falmouth Harbor packed with personality and features , this in-town garden has it all.  Show stopping curb appeal, cutting garden that highlights the owners love of dahlias, and numerous spaces dedicated to relaxing and entertaining.  Looking for hydrangeas ?  This garden is filled with numerous hydrangea specimens.  

Garden Admission is cash only 

Proceeds from the four gardens will benefit the many programs the Falmouth Garden Club

 provides to the community


Although we will not be doing a Standard Flower Show at Heritage this summer, there will be an event called


"Art Blooms at Heritage.” NO JUDGING!


It will be held in the Heald Building on July 27, 28, 29. 10AM-5PM

Any garden club member may participate. Send in your picture by July 1st.

Here’s what you do:

  • Choose a work of art you would like to use as inspiration for a floral design. Designers need not be members of Study Group.

  • The art piece can be many things - a painting, a sculpture, a quilt, pottery, needlework, etc.

  • Take as good a picture as you can of what you choose and send it via email to by July 1st.

  • The picture will be enlarged and attached to a piece of foam core and be displayed next to your floral design.

  • Please do not bring in the original work of art.

  • Designs will be placed on Tuesday morning, July 27 from 8-10 AM. The designs should be as close to finished as possible although small finishing touches can be added when you arrive.

  • The designs will be displayed on a pedestal (36" high) or in front of a black tri-fold display board (36" high). set on a 5" table. Please proportion your designs accordingly. The pedestals will be around the perimeter of the room and in the entryway. The tables will run down the center of the room.

  • Displays will be staged with spacing in keeping with the governor's Covid Guidelines and the staff at Heritage will be managing capacity amounts and traffic patterns during the show. We are very grateful for their generous help and cooperation.

    Masks must be worn indoors at all times.


  • Your Name

  • Email

  • Indicate that you will be participating.

  • If you have not chosen an art piece at the moment, that’s okay. Just tell us that you will

    participate and you can let us know when you have chosen your art.