Friday, November 6, 2015

Sold out of birdbaths and Rosemary plants at the the Historical Society House Tour

We would like to thanks our members, Mary Anne Jordy for creating the beautiful bird bath, Mary Ann Piasecki for her idea to nurture and sell Rosemary plants for the holidays, to all the members that grew the plants and to Maria Day and Margaret Murphy for doing a wonderful job selling everything.

Modern Mass Arrangement

Under Lois Frampton’s guidance a number of us learned how to do what’s called a Modern Mass Arrangement.
As you can see, they were all different and very dramatic.
  It was a fun way to spend the afternoon and the arrangement is holding up really well.
Thank you for sharing this with us, Lois.

Our member Kathy Marble in the ikebana ikenobo school at Tower Hill

Sunday, June 7, 2015

The Garden Club Girl Scouts Peace Pole Project at Camp Green Eyrie

They were very appreciative of the grant we gave them and gave a big shout out to our Garden Club  


Bromfield Graduation Flowers: A beautiful creation by the Garden Club

Wednesday, May 6, 2015

May 7 walk postponed to May 14

Dear Garden Club Walkers,

According to our handbook a walk is scheduled for this Thursday, May 7th.  I would like to suggest we change that date to May 14.  My hope is that many more of our migrating birds will be filling the trees and under growth. I would like to walk at the Ox bow at the end of Still River Depot Road in Still River.  Go over the railroad tracks at the end of the road and bear right around to the parking lot.  Our start time will be 9:30.  Anyone wishing to car pool from Harvard center we can meet at the General Store at 9:15 and go from there.  Please let me know if you have an interest in going on this walk.  Thanks,
Joanne Williamson

Newsletter Apr-2015

Newsletter Apr-2015

Sunday, January 25, 2015


We are happy to announces that we have our own Facebook page, you can join us  at,

Jan. 26 Regular Meeting

Art and Spirit in the Garden
Karin Stanley

Karin will talk to us about bringing spirituality into the garden. She will illustrate ways to create an "inner quiet garden room" by using the interplay of sun and shadows with the essential elements of stone, meta, water, fire, and wood. Karin is sculptor, certified landscape designer, and a world traveler who offer talks on Irish and Scottish gardens. This is a return visit for Karin, who previously took us on a tour garden in Ireland.

October Hypertufa Workshop (guess who???)