Step Inside This Enchanting Garden In Wisconsin For An Otherworldly Experience

The best part of Spring is the rebirth and rejuvenation of all the plants that have been dormant and survived the long, cold, snowy winter. They start to bloom and bring color back to our dreary state. Gardening is a hobby many love, but not everyone can master. We all could use a little help and inspiration and that’s where Sturgeon Bay’s Garden Door garden comes in. This magical garden has been around for nearly 15 years. A UW-Extension facility, it’s located at the University of Wisconsin Peninsular Agricultural Research Station. The garden is designed and maintained by members of the Door County Master Gardeners Association. There is an acre of land with 20 different and distinct gardens. With a full slate of events and activities, you’ll never run out of reasons and excuses to check out this fabulous little oasis among the spring and summer of Door County.

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The Garden Door is located at 421 Nebraska St., Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235. You can find out more information about this amazing garden and the master gardeners who run it on their website or by checking out their Facebook page. You can learn more about the Door County Master Gardners on their website.

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