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Founded in 1931, the Arlington Garden Club is comprised of nearly 90 Arlington, Massachusetts residents. The Club holds monthly meetings and conducts a wide variety of community-building local events and projects. 

Arlington Garden Club will resume in person meetings at the Masonic Hall, 19 Academy Street. Town health protocol will be followed. Members are invited to bring a brown bag lunch. Coffee and tea will be provided.


Upcoming Programs & Event

      Music in Bloom -March 3,2023 Robbins Library 

AGC Plant Sale- May 20,2023 9-1 Jason Russell House Front Lawn

 The success of the sale will be dependent on your donations of perennials, shrubs and annuals.  

Perennials can be divided in either the Fall or Spring.  Plants potted in the Fall will have time to acclimate and develop roots so they will generally look better in the Spring .  If you do decide to pot your plants now, cut back the foliage and protect the potted plants by placing them in a sheltered spot covered with leaves, mulch or compost. 

Plants potted in the Spring should be divided some time in April and the soil kept moist so they will have time to recover and sprout before the sale.  If you need help or pots, contact : STEPHAN MILLER