Daffodil Days Spohr Gardens

April 12th, 2013 by insideout

 

Spohr Gardens

Ship’s Bell on Display at Spohr Gardens on Eel Pond in Falmouth

It’s April and Daffodil Days are upon a clear sign of ย springtime on the Cape! In Falmouth don’t miss ย a trip to Spohr Gardens. Less than five minutes away from our Captains Manor Inn, ย the garden’s ย five acres of grassy paths are planted with daffodils, scilla, jonquils, crocuses, and other spring bulbs. Azaleas and rhodendrons follow to round out the season. ย While beatiful any time of year, springtime is really when the gardens are in their glory. ย  Spohr Gardens is a hidden local gem; a beautiful serene oasis just minutes from the ocean. Historic anchors, including one from the HMS Bounty, and a ship’s bell are displayed along the waterway. It’s a beautiful spot to share a picnic and a great place to take some scenic photos. Grab some coffee or a sandwich from our many Main Street restaurants for a restful picnic on OysterPond surrounded by nature and quiet. There is no charge for admission, though donations are accepted.ย Daffodil Days: April 20 and 27 10 am to 2 pm

Link to the Gardens: http://www.spohrgardens.org/daffodildays.

Spohr Gardens in Falmouth Ma

Spohr Gardens in Falmouth Ma

 

Spohr Gardens

Spohr Gardens Ships Anchors line the Shores of serene Oyster Pond

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