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Gardening - Rogers Farm Demonstration Garden

Sign at Rogers Farm

Photo by Ivonne Vazquez

The demonstration garden at Rogers Farm is a showcase for creative theme gardens, unique plant varieties, innovative designs, and prolific vegetable gardens. 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 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. 

Open House 5:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.
Every Tuesday night at Rogers Farm

Bring your gardening questions or just come for a stroll and inspiration. All programs are free, no registration required, rain or shine. Demonstration garden is open daily during daylight hours. FMI 942-7396 or 914 Bennoch Road, Old Town

Backyard Blueberries at Rogers Farm
August 1   6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. with Dr. David Handley, Small Fruit Specialist

Fall Field Day at Rogers Farm  
September 9 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m

FMI 942-7396 or

Directions to Rogers Farm:
From I-95 take exit 193. From south, turn right (north, turn left) onto Stillwater Ave, at the third traffic light take a left onto Bennoch Road. Travel 1.5 miles. The demonstration garden will be on your right across from the University Research Farm. You will see the farm buildings on your left.

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 ( or Kate Garland ( Everyone is welcome, no previous experience required.

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