This article of interest appeared in the Springfield republican February 11, 2021. Thought it might help get us in the mood for Spring.
Check the link below to see an interesting article that appeared in the Springfield Republican https://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/home/wilmington-historic-gardens-horticulture/2020/12/25/589b70cc-3fe8-11eb-8bc0-ae155bee4aff_story.html
As we look forward to a new season of gardening, follow Sally on facebook at Santuary Garden Design. Starting in January she will be discussing
Springfield Garden Club is hosting a program on Native Plants presented by Dan Jeffe on October 16th. The event is held at the Barney Estate
As part of The Agawam Garden Club’s community outreach initiative, member volunteers were able to create complimentary floral displays for the Agawam Public Library’s lobby
The Garden Club held its’ first meeting of 2020 in March and we thought we were off to a great start then Covid-19 happened and
In July members, with masks and keeping social distance, were given a guided tour of Norman Browns garden.
Bougainvillea Nice way to brighten a cold and snowy week Why is that the last rose of summer is the most beautiful These two mini