Open to the public for self-guided tours during day light hours seven days a week mid-May through mid-September. There are events throughout the growing season at the gardens. The Teaching and Display Garden is a joint effort between the Spooner Agriculture Research Station, operated by the University of Wisconsin-Madison College of Agriculture and Life Science, the University of Wisconsin Cooperative Extension and area UW-Extension Master Gardener Volunteers.
History: The garden originated in 1999. See how it has evolved over the years by clicking here.
The Teaching and Display garden is one of eight All American Selection (AAS) display gardens in Wisconsin. Gardens provide the public with an opportunity to view the newest AAS Winners. The Spooner Agriculture Research Station Teaching & Display Garden once again had an award winning season in 2018 receiving an Honorable Mention for our collaboration with local community groups in the All-American Selections Landscape Design Contest. To learn more about All American Selections - go to their website.
The Garden is an All American Selection multiple award winner - see the 2016 award by clicking here and the 2017 award by clicking here.
Teaching and Display Garden Blueprint- Click Here
N5264 Orchard Lane
Spooner, WI 54801
The Teaching and Display Garden can be found across from the Sheep Research Facility. Orchard Lane is located 1.5 miles east of Spooner on State Highway 70 or 1/2 mile west of Highways 70/53 interchange.
For more pictures of the Teaching and Display Garden go to the Facebook Page