Friday, July 24, 2015

Rambling Through Nature on Cape Cod

Welcome to the two-acre property of Jan and George Kasper where wildflowers, shade, and sun-loving gardens have been blended into the natural landscape. Several perennial beds feature day lilies and daisies with attractive varieties of hosta throughout. The vegetable garden with its unusual 'Tromboncino' squash is an abundant producer of asparagus, dill and pickling cucumbers; raspberries and blueberries also thrive. Don't miss the clematis arbor, pink Kousa dogwoods, the climbing Hydrangea petiolaris and the vibrant stained glass stepping stones created by the Kaspers.  Other stunning hydrangeas to look for are: 'Penny Mac,' 'Nikko Blue,''Endless Summer,' lace cap 'Twist-n-Shout,'and a tree Hydrangea paniculata 'Grandiflora.' Enjoy a stroll through the wooded grounds or down the hill to Lower Hog Pond. 

Directions to 6 Aviators Lane, Sandwich. 
Take exit 3 off Route 6 and drive south on Quaker Meetinghouse Rd about 2 miles.  Turn left at the intersection (traffic light) onto Cotuit Road.  Take the 2nd left onto Farmersville Road (~ 1./4 mile) and drive about 1 1/2 miles to Boardley Rd.  Right onto Boardley Rd and then a fairly quick left onto Aviators Lane.  Park anywhere along Aviators Lane; 6 Aviators Lane  is located directly at the end of the street.

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