Volunteers from the Hopkinton Garden Club decorated holiday wreaths for beneficiaries of the Hopkinton based charity Project Just Because. Approximately two dozen wreaths were assembled and donated to Project Just Because for holiday deliveries. This annual wreath making program is one of several community projects sponsored by the Hopkinton Garden Club. Members also decorate the gazebo on the Town Common, the Doughboy statue and the Hopkinton Library each year.
We want to express our appreciation to the local businesses who generously donated to our "Help Hopkinton Bloom" site sponsorship drive. With their help we will be able to refurbish older planted areas, gradually replace our aging planters and generally enhance our town plantings.
Please join us in supporting our sponsors and recognizing their contribution to our community:
Opportunities are still available to sponsor one of our club's planters or sites. We would welcome your participation in our program! If you are interested, please email us at email@example.com.
Do you like flowers? Landscapes? Meeting new friends? How about contributing to your town? The Hopkinton Garden Club offers all this and more! Club members offer a variety of gardening interests and experience. Some like to get their hands dirty, others prefer floral arranging or garden design. Whatever the preference, we are always learning! Everyone donates time and energy to plant and maintain Hopkinton's public spaces several times a year.
We'd love to have you join us! See our membership page for information.
National Audubon Society. Just enter your zip code to view a list of bird friendly native plants for your area. Search results can be refined by plant type or bird species.
Suzanne grows extensive collections of perennials including more than 650 daylily cultivars and 250 varieties of hosta. She has been a garden lecturer for 30 years having spoken at the Boston, Rhode Island, and New England Spring Flower Shows, Art in Bloom at the Museum of Fine Arts, the Environmental Protection Agency, and garden clubs and organizations throughout the New England area. Suzanne is also the past President of the New England Daylily Society, an Overseer for the Massachusetts Horticultural Society, a member of the Walnut Hill Garden Club in Hanover, MA and works part-time at Wyman Garden Center in Hanson, MA
Mahler Gardens was formerly designated as a National Display Garden for the American Daylily Society and remains open to the public, dawn to dusk, during the month of July.
This program will be held at Faith Community Church, Room 218, 146 E. Main Street in Hopkinton. Our club’s general meeting starts at 6:30 p.m. The speaker portion starts at 7:30 p.m. and is free and open to the public.
New members are welcome any time during our club year!
This program is supported in part by a grant from the Hopkinton Cultural Council
through the Massachusetts Cultural Council LCC program.