The daylilies are strutting their stuff and will continue to flower well into late August. This collection of over 500 plants spread throughout the Garden does an impressive show. This collection contains plants developed from as far back as the 1970s and a newly developed bed planted this spring with newly developed plants.
The Hydrangea collection, also spread throughout the Garden, is in full glorious flower right now! Don’t miss this great opportunity to see a wide variety of examples of Cape Cod’s signature flower. The Heritage hydrangea collection has expanded greatly in the past year with the addition of a new Michael Dirr collection of the famous Endless Summer series of plants. These can be found along the Main Path opposite the Cape Cod Hydrangea Society Display Garden. The main Hydrangea Display Garden contains over 140 different species, varieties and cultivars of the genus Hydrangea.
There’s always something blooming at Heritage. Check out Heritage’s Bloom Calendar to see when your favorite flowers, trees and plants are in bloom.