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Welcome to Trade Secrets! May 17 & 18, 2014 


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Welcome to Trade Secrets! May 17 & 18, 2014
A local tradition of the best kind and the envy of garden lovers everywhere, Trade Secrets, is the Northeast region's garden event of the year!  It brings garden-lovers from around the world to the Litchfield Hills of Connecticut to discover new plants, topiary, and antiques for their gardens. 

Join us as we gear up for our 14th season on May 17 and 18, 2014. The ever-popular two-day event, a fundraiser for Women’s Support Services (WSS), a non-profit organization that provides services to persons in the northwest corner of Connecticut who have experienced domestic violence or abuse, includes the rare plant and garden antiques sale on Saturday followed by a day of garden tours on Sunday.

Click here to read our press release! 

Click here for our garden descriptions.

Trade Secrets
LionRock Farm, Route 41 & Hosier Road, Sharon, CT.

May 17: Rare Plant & Garden Antiques Sale from 8am–3pm.
Early buying tickets (8am) with continental breakfast: $125. 
Regular buying tickets (10am–3pm) $40

May 18: Garden Tour, 10am–4pm. Tickets: $70 ($60 in advance).
Tickets can be purchased day-of at the gardens or at LionRock Farm.

For details, and to purchase tickets, 860-364-1080 or visit



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