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About Us


Our mission is to encourage and promote interest in and development of all aspects of gardening.

We are a member of the Garden Club Federation of Massachusetts and National Garden Clubs.

About Us
How to Join

If you would like to join us, please download and complete a Membership Form and return it by mail with your dues, or come to a meeting as our guest and bring the form with you.


We meet on the first Tuesday of every month from October through June.

New Membership Form

The Groton Garden Club was founded in 1923 and is a non-profit 501(c)(3) all-volunteer organization. We hold monthly meetings from October through June which include a presentation on gardening or horticulture topics. 


We also organize and run the following activities:

  • An annual Plant Sale in May. This event raises funds to maintain municipal gardens in Groton and continue our community service work. 

  • A FREE annual public lecture for the community.

  • A Winter Workshop where members create arrangements and Boxwood trees/Winter arrangements for donation to Meals on Wheels and various Groton government offices.

  • A Native Plant and Pollinator Garden at the Groton Town Hall helps educate the public on how they can increase native plants in their own yard.

  • Donated passes, located at the Groton Public Library, to the New England Botanic Garden at Tower Hill and Garden in the Woods (Native Plant Trust)

  • We educate our members through programs, workshops, and field trips.

  • We have a variety of committees that offer members opportunities to work outside in gardens or in other areas like the website, yearbook, or club publicity. 

Municipal Gardens

Currently, our members maintain or share responsibility for the following gardens and planters within Groton: 

  • The Blue Star Memorial on Sawyer Common

  • Firemen’s Common 

  • Four Corners Traffic Island on Boston Road

  • Hanson Family Memorials on Playground Road 

  • Hollis Street Triangle 

  • Prescott Common 

  • Carol Wheeler Memorial Park in West Groton

  • Native Plant Test Garden

  • Groton Police Station gardens and planters

  • Center Fire Station gardens and planters 

  • Watering Troughs in West Groton and Groton Center 

  • Maintenance and decorating at the Virginia Thurston Healing Garden in Harvard, MA

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