Welcome to Wollaston Garden Club's Web Site!
Located in Quincy, Massachusetts and founded in 1927 we are currently celebrating our 88th year. We presently have 109 members including men and women gardeners of all ages, abilities and interests, from novice to master gardener.
Most of our educational programs and meetings are open to the community. Member’s programs include field trips and workshops in floral design and horticulture. Our civic beautification committee maintains a number of public sites in the city of Quincy, and our conservation committee is actively involved in projects preserving the environment in our city.
We encourage local gardeners interested in joining our club to attend a meeting or two, and read the club By-Laws, membership responsibilities and other pertinent information located in the Members section of this site.
Our mailing address: Wollaston Garden Club, PO Box 147, Wollaston, MA 02170
Currently in Quincy - May 20, 2016
Wollaston Garden Club members Kathy Ceurvels and Ann Foresman were interviewed by Quincy Access Television show, Currently in Quincy.
Plant Sale 2016
Landscaper Designer and Photographer Carol Julien presented "Hope Floats on White." Carol's powerpoint presentation featured the design techniques and spirit utilized when creating a White Garden. The slides were of The White Garden at Sissinghurst Castle in England and her own garden in Halifax, MA.
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The meeting voted on and approved new officers for 2016 - 2017
Jan Clifford - President
Emily Lebo - Vice President
Mary Ryan - Recording Secretary
Kathy Ceurvels - Corresponding Secretary
Faith Raimondi - Treasurer
Marnie Dunn - Assistant Treasurer
Thank you to the members who brought in a flower in bloom for our horicultural display table and head hostess Joan Donovan and Janet Lynch for organizing the catered luncheon. Also, big thanks to Lisa Tavakoli for the creative edible buffet table arrangement and Ann Carey for the table mini rose plants.
Garden Club Members prepare for annual Plant Sale
Our club members have been busy potting hundreds of perenials for the sale. Many great plants and garden ready vegetables plants will be available.
Wollaston Congragtional Church
48 Winthrop Street
To read more about the Wollaston Garden Club in the PATRIOT LEDGER
Art in Bloom at the Museum of Fine Arts
The Tri-Club meeting in May featured Floral Designer Tony Todesco, "It Happens to be Spring." Tony is a National Garden Club's Master Flower Show Judge and Design Consultant. Tony created 6 beautiful and colorful centerpieces, using unique plant materials and creative designs.
Thank you to the members of the Houghs Neck Garden Club and Seaside Gardeners of Squantum for attending the Tri-Club Meeting.
Head hostess Janet Lynch, Susan Lynch and their assistants presented an incredible food spread with buffet table arrangement by Marie Ricci and table arrangements by Suzanne West.
Sharon Rosensweig presented "Begonias in All Their Diversity" Sharon is President of the Buxton Branch of the American Begonia Society, meeting the first Saturday of the month at The Goodnow Library in Sudbury. Sharon, a two time Libby Stevenson Award winner for Best Specimen Plant Grown Under Lights at the Boston Flower Show, brought a variety of her begonias to view.
Sharon spoke about the large variety of begonias and the various ways to propagate the plant. In addition, she gave her tips on caring for begonias; watering, fertilization, pruning, potting, light and shade, and temperature and humidity.
Head Hostess Emily Lebo and her team provided a St Patricks themed luncheon with beautiful buffet floral arrangement by Marie Blanchard and table arrangements by Linda Della Croce. Thank you to everyone who brought in houseplants for our horticultural exhibit.
Resource Web Sites
Safford Park Project - Daffodils now in Bloom!
In 2013 the Wollaston Hill Neighborhood Association (WHNA) along with Walter Hubley, then Vice President of the WHNA submitted an application for Community Preservation Act (CPA) funding for the preservation of a passive neighborhood park known as Safford Park. The association was awarded funding to preserve the passive nature of the park, and provide for improvements that enhance its use by the community for leisure, activities, and welcoming community assembly.