By Karen Zacarías

Good fences make good neighbors ... right? Tania, a very pregnant Ph.D. candidate, and Pablo, her rising star attorney husband, move next door to Virginia and Frank, a deep-rooted couple with an impeccably trimmed backyard. At first, it's a storybook match. But when a questionable fence line puts Frank’s prize-worthy garden in jeopardy, what starts as a friendly question soon escalates hilariously into an all-out border dispute.

A comedy winner that takes a timely, witty, and fresh look at neighbors struggling to live harmoniously.
Minneapolis Star-Tribune


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Native Gardens is made possible in part by lead show sponsor The Starling Family Foundation, as well as show sponsors Ellis & Kay Melton.