Spring Walk!!

Just kidding-you WON’T need these clothes tomorrow!!
Reminder for the upcoming Great Meadows Spring Walk on Wednesday May 2nd.

Please meet at 10:00 AM at Holly Salemy’s house. There is plenty of room for parking if the first cars pull to the right of the garage.

Great Meadows is sometimes wet in the spring so dress accordingly.
Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

MFA Art In Bloom

Many congratulations and kudos to Beth Thut and Kate Chartener for participating in this year’s MFA Art in Bloom. Hope everyone had a chance to go view their entry!

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

National Arbor Day!






The Concord Garden Club sponsors an annual Arbor Day tree planting with Concord’s Public Works Department.


PLEASE JOIN your Garden Club members, friends, neighbors  and Public Works staff to celebrate the annual Arbor Day event in Concord.



DATE:  April 27, 2018


TIME:  10:00 AM


LOCATION:   720 Main Street, Concord (Concord Municipal Light Plant)


See you there.

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Trip to Heritage Museums and Gardens!!!!

The Garden Club of Concord is planning  a day trip to beautiful Heritage Museums and Gardens in Sandwich, MA on
Wednesday, May 30th.  Carpools should leave at 9:00 AM sharp to arrive for a private tour of the gardens @ 11:00.
There will be a Box Lunch afterwards,  a chance to stroll the grounds  and poke through the great Gift Shop!
You should be back in Concord by 3:00 PM.
Please send your check for $40 (for the private tour and for the box lunch), made out to the Garden Club of Concord, to:
Jane Rupley
******Please indicate lunch choice….Roast Beef, Turkey, Ham and Cheese, or Veggie wrap.
 SIGN UP NOW- BY MAY 10th!!!!!!!!!

 We will assume you will set up carpools! BUT if anyone needs a ride, please let us know.

Here is some history:

Heritage Museum and Gardens (3789207677).jpg

Heritage Museums and Gardens (100 acres), formerly the Heritage Plantation of Sandwich, is located at 67 Grove Street, Sandwich, Massachusetts. The public garden, with its nationally significant collection of rhododendrons hybridized by Charles Dexter, over 1,000 varieties of daylilies and extensive hosta collection, is complemented by three gallery buildings containing a world-class collection of American automobiles, American folk art and a working 1919 carousel and rare carousel figures. Heritage is open April – October 7 days a week, and on weekend evenings between Thanksgiving and Christmas for its annual Gardens Aglow festival.

The gardens’ principal interest is its collection of thousands of rhododendrons, which now include 125 of the known 145 Dexter cultivars. Their typical bloom time is from Memorial Day Weekend to mid-June. This collection has been painstakingly recovered since 1972, as Dexter’s own named cultivars had been scattered without records. Each cultivar had to be recollected from gardens and nurseries up and down the East Coast. The site was prepared in 1972, and by the summer of 1977 it included over 300 plants representing nearly 100 cultivars, with an additional 25 cultivars as small plants in the nursery. All are now mature plantings.

Looking forward to it!!!

Jane Rupley, Kate Wharton and Lauren Huyett

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Spring Walk!!

The next walk will be on May 2nd at 10:00 from Holly Salemy’s house-68 Great Meadows Road.   THINK SPRING!!!!

Please RSVP to Holly at holly.salemy@gmail.com

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Spring Clean-up!

Mary Ann Ferrell, Pat Sinton, Jane Rupley, Nicole Kelly, Amal Moamar, Sandy Conrad and Ellen Whitney braved today’s chilly morning to cut back and clean up GCC’s garden at the Town House in time for Patriot’s Day. Thank you everyone!

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Easter Flower Workshop

These lovely ladies made their arrangements at Wilhelmina’s house thanks to the organization of Wilhelmina and Erika Rodriquez.

Happy Easter!!

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment