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Daffodil Days
 
     
  The Gardens
open daily from 8 am to 8 pm
Take a leisurely walk in this beautiful six acre Cape cod woodland garden located on Oyster pond in Falmouth, MA. This magnificent site is open to visitors year around. Spring brings thousands of daffodils, followed by azaleas, rhododendrons and then daylilies. 
       
Oyster Pond  

Come sit by the pond, bask in the beauty of the flowers, the song of the birds, and enjoy the tranquility. Stroll the winding grassy paths while you observe the many nautical treasures and other artifacts collected by Charles Spohr in his lifetime.
 
Margaret K. Spohr and Charles D. Spohr Charitable Trust

Margaret and Charles D. Spohr began creating this wondrous setting around their home in the 1950s and welcomed the ever-growing number of visitors who had heard of its beauty.

Charles Spohr died in 1997 and Margaret Spohr died in 2001. At that time the Gardens were left to the Margaret K. Spohr and Charles D. Spohr Charitable Trust. Under the terms of the trust the property is to be open to the public every day of the year from 8am to 8pm. No admission may be charged but tax deductible donations are accepted. In 2003 Friends of Spohr Gardens was formed to provide volunteer help and financial support through an annual Fall appeal.

 
  Please Help!
Help support the Gardens by donating to:
     
  Spohr Charitable Trust
  45 Fells Rd.
  Falmouth, MA 02540
  508-548-0623