The North Andover Garden Club is a non-profit organization whose members are actively involved in a wide variety of club activities and projects in North Andover. Our mission is to encourage an interest and active participation in civic beautification, horticulture, flower arranging, and conservation in North Andover, Massachusetts.

The North Andover Garden Club was organized in 1920 and federated in 1927, making it one of the oldest federated garden clubs in Massachusetts.

We are celebrating our 100th anniversary this year. 

Announcements

The NAHS Interact club is hosting a Tree Planting Fundraiser in partnership with Tree-Plenish. They are fundraising to plant 245 trees on April 24,2021 to offset the paper usage in their school and are currently looking for NA Community members to help by purchasing a tree.
If interested, click here for their flyer






 
Community Projects



Parson Barnard House Gardens Progress continues on restoring each of the eight garden beds. With the help of club members under the guidance of Diane Geis, Rose Lucera and Jeanne Velde, each bed will be refreshed by removing current plants, amending the soil, replanting and reducing those that have become aggressive and replacing those that died or are missing from the original plan.. The goal is to have all beds refreshed this Spring.

Spring to Fall Bulbs Handout.

October Gardening Tips

Horticultural Moment - Ticked Off

 
Upcoming Events




Outdoor Tour of Rennovations at the Stevens Coolidge Place
Tuesday, March 9  1:00PM

Join us for a tour of the major rennovations at this popular spot.
It will be lead by Katherine Macdonald, Director of The Stevens-Coolidge Portfolio and Peter Hinrich, SCP Horticulturist.
Tour will be outdoors and social distancing will be observed. 
A signup genus email will be sent shortly for those interested in the tour.

Stay tuned!


Urban/Suburban Farming
With Trevor Smith
Saturday, April 10, 2021
10 am - noon
First Calvary Baptist Church
586 Mass Ave, No. Andover


COVID-19 has kept everyone home and many started gardening and raising vegetables.  Trevor gives us tips about soil and garden prep, the benefits of raised-bed gardening and companion planting in samll food production.  This program is shared with the Village Garden Club of Andover.

More information to follow.


 








 
join us!
We always welcome new members! Come to one of our public meetings which are held September through June, on the second Tuesday of the month at various local venues within North Andover. View our Events section for our current list of programs open to the public.

If you are interested in joining the North Andover Garden Club, click on Membership for more information.

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