Founded in 1931, the Arlington Garden Club is comprised of nearly 100 Arlington, Massachusetts residents. The Club holds monthly meetings and conducts a wide variety of community-building local events and projects.
Upcoming Programs & Events
MAY 9 – Polishing the Masterpieces: The Trustees’ Public Gardens
Lucinda (Cindy) Brockway, Program Director for Cultural Resources, The Trustees (formerly Trustees of Reservations)
In Massachusetts, you find history under every rock and on every corner. From the tracks of dinosaurs and the settlements of Mohicans to the stone walls of colonial farmers, The Trustees care for and share an incredible array of places and things that illuminate who we were, who we are now, and who we will be. Historic homes, magnificent gardens and cultural landscapes all come under the purview of The Trustees.
MAY 19 – Annual Spring Plant Sale
Whether rooting cuttings, dividing perennials, grooming houseplants, or donating garden-related paraphernalia, Club members work together to make this popular annual event the Club’s biggest fundraiser of the year. The next Plant Sale will take place on Saturday, May 19, 2018 9 am-1 pm at the Jason Russell House in Arlington.
APRIL 27 (3-6 pm) & 28 (8 am-noon) – MCD Spring Plant Sale
The Middlesex Conservation District will hold its annual Spring Plant Sale at Kimball Farm, 400 Littleton Rd, Westford, MA. The sale includes tree/shrub seedlings, perennials, fruits, groundcovers and garden supplies (rain barrels, cow manure, etc.). All sale proceeds benefit their environmental programs, protecting soils and waters in Middlesex County.