Highfield Hall & Gardens Hosts Bloomin’ Hydrangea Festival

Saturday, July 20, 10 am – 2:30 pm
(Courtesy of Highfield Hall & Gardens)

FALMOUTH--Highfield Hall & Gardens will host its Bloomin’ Hydrangea Festival on Saturday, July 20, from 10 am – 2:30 pm. Visitors can explore Highfield’s extensive grounds and view several hydrangea varieties, including Little Lime, Pistachio, and Endless Summer. There will also be a container gardening demonstration, a plant sale, and a garden tour with Terry Soares, Landscape Director. Highfield’s recently completed Stickwork sculpture, A Passing Fancy, created by world-renowned sculptor Patrick Dougherty, is another must-see destination.

Tickets are $10 and include admission to Highfield Hall and three, new boundary-pushing art exhibits: Unbound: Contemporary Rope Art; Time to Break Free: A Steampunk Journey; and Beyond Color.

Event Schedule

10 – 11:30 am             Container Garden Demonstration with Terry Soares, Highfield’s Landscape Director

10 am – 2:30   pm       Plant Sale and Tips on Hydrangeas by M.R. Soares Flower Garden


1:30 – 2:30 pm            Garden Tour with Terry Soares

This event is part of the Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce Hydrangea Festival. For more information, visit highfieldhall.org or call 508.495.1878, ext. 2. Highfield Hall & Gardens is located at 56 Highfield Drive in Falmouth.

Highfield Hall & Gardens, a restored 1878 mansion and estate, is located at 56 Highfield Drive in Falmouth, MA. Surrounded by spectacular gardens and woodlands, Highfield hosts art exhibitions, music concerts, culinary classes, festivals, family events and public programs.  The mansion is open to visitors six days a week from April 15-October 31 and year-round for programs and functions. Hours are Tuesday- Friday 10:00 am – 4:00 pm, Saturdays 10:00 am – 2:00 pm and Sundays 12:00 – 4:00 pm.  Closed Mondays except holidays. For information, call (508) 495-1878 or visit highfieldhall.org.

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