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Kelly Way Gardens Aspires to Produce a Large Variety of Organic Food & Flowers

Jun 09, 2017 04:43PM ● By Melanie Heisinger

By Meg Brazill

Photos by Skye Reno and Ben Pauly courtesy of Kelly Way Gardens


The aroma of Kelly Way Gardens’ three acres of vegetables, herbs, flowers, berries, and fruit trees is tantalizing on a summer’s day. Its rich bounty is magnificent. Kelly Way Gardens is a farm to table program operated by The Woodstock Inn & Resort

Master Gardener Benjamin Pauly (Ben) aspires to produce a large variety of organic food and flowers there, including heirloom varieties, that will provide culinary inspiration to the inn’s chefs and food for its restaurants. Flowers and plantings, fresh and dried, offer a natural supply of décor for the inn. 

The gardens are open to all visitors, and tours and events such as tomato tastings are scheduled throughout the growing season from May through early October. 



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