Rogers Farm Demonstration Garden

master gardener demonstration gardens
Photo by Ivonne Vazquez

University of Maine Cooperative Extension buildings and farms are CLOSED to the public until May 31, 2020 in an effort to ensure the health and safety of the community, and to help stem the spread of the coronavirus.

However, please note that UMaine Extension is operating and staff are working remotely from their offices.

For contact information for your local county UMaine Extension office, visit the County Offices page.

 

The demonstration garden at Rogers Farm is a showcase for creative theme gardens, unique plant varieties, innovative designs, and prolific vegetable gardens. Planned, planted and maintained by Master Gardener Volunteers since 1994, the intent is to demonstrate proper gardening practices and inspire both the novice and seasoned gardener. The gardens are located at 914 Bennoch Road in Old Town and are open to the public between dawn and dusk, 7 days a week.

Free educational programs are hosted in the garden throughout the growing season. No registration is required. All programs are held rain or shine. In poor weather, programs will be offered in the large red barn across the street from the gardens. For more information or a reasonable accommodation, please contact Kate Garland by calling 942.7396 or email katherine.garland@maine.edu.

More About Rogers Farm


2020 Events at Rogers Farm

Rogers Farm Open Houses, 5:30 – 6:30 p.m.
Every Tuesday night at Rogers Farm, June through August

Bring your gardening questions or just come for a stroll and inspiration. Come often, the garden offers new sights weekly!

Full schedule coming soon!


Rogers Farm
914 Bennoch Road, Old Town, Maine 04468

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We gratefully acknowledge the following supporters for making the season a success:

For more information on visiting, learning, or volunteering at the garden, please contact Laurie Bowen at laurie.bowen@maine.edu or Kate Garland katherine.garland@maine.edu. Everyone is welcome, no previous experience required.