The Good Witch’s Garden

DVD Release: February 10, 2009
The Good Witch’s Garden


Cassie has settled into Middleton and is busy making a home at Grey House. Her boyfriend, Sheriff Jake Russell, and his kids are happy to have Cassie in the neighborhood, but she has yet to gain the trust of some people in town. Before long, a stranger rolls into town with papers entitling him to legal ownership of Grey House. Cassie is left without a home and is convinced Middleton isn’t where she belongs. Ultimately, everyone will learn that holding on too tightly to something can make it more likely that thing will slip through your fingers.

Dove Review

Everyone in town believes Cassie has magical powers, but whether she does or not is a mystery. She lives in Grey House and is preparing the gardens for a 200-year celebration. But her plans may come to a halt when a man comes to town claiming ownership of the old home.

Cassie makes two statements: first is that the real magic is in helping others, and the second is that you should trust in the truth and it will show itself. These statements make the viewer wonder if she really is a witch or if she just has a great way of communicating with people and helping them.

This film is a sequel to the film “The Good Witch” and is made for TV and family viewing. It is comical at times and serious at others, but truly entertaining. We award the Dove Family Seal for all ages to “The Good Witch’s Garden.”

Content Description

Sex: Couple kiss and hug.
Language: Moron-1.
Violence: Man forges documents to take a house.
Drugs: None
Nudity: Some mild cleavage.
Other: Believing in magical powers or not; issue of not being able to read; peer pressure from other kids.


Company: Cinedigm
Director: Craig Pryce
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 86 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe