Come See Spring in Bridgeport!

Colorblends House & Spring Garden

April 01, 2019 | 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

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Description

Now in its fifth year, Colorblends House and Spring Garden in Bridgeport features a half-acre idea garden bursting with 50,000 spring bulb flowers of various types, all blooming in sequence to create an ever-changing display over a six week period. The garden and adjacent renovated mansion with gallery are open to the public daily from April 1 through May 12, 2019.

Design ideas and creative blends abound in this intimate garden, which is a collaboration between Bridgeport-based Colorblends Wholesale Flowerbulbs and distinguished Dutch  garden designer Jacqueline van der Kloet.

The garden and restored 1903 Colonial Revival  mansion  are at 893 Clinton Avenue in Bridgeport’s  Stratfield Historic District. Access is easy from I95, the Merritt Parkway and US Route 1, and street parking is plentiful.

Contact Name: Jackie Barrett

Contact Email: jackie.barrett@colorblends.com

Contact Phone: 8888478637

NOTE: We do our best to ensure all information is accurate, however it's a good idea to visit the website or call the venue to verify the information.

Details

Ticket Information

This event is free of charge.

Garden: Free and open to the public, every day, from dawn to dusk.

House: Suggested donation: $3 per person; $25 for groups of 10+; free for children. The house is open every day 10-4pm.

Venue

Colorblends House & Spring Garden
893 Clinton Avenue
Bridgeport, CT 06604

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Accessibility Info

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