FOR THE YEAR 2015-2016





Japanese Knotweed Eradication - Our grant to eradicate the Japanese Knotweed along Newport Avenue was fully funded for the next three years by the city of Quincy.  The Park Department has assumed oversight of implementation, and work is schedules to begin in August of 2015


The Million Pollinator Garden Challenge - Promote and encourage our members to participate in NGC's President's Project, a campaign to register a million public and private gardens and landscapes to support pollinators.





Anne Hutchinson Square, maintenance of hillside and planting of more rock garden plants; sponsor the Anne Hutchinson Memorial Wreath Design competition in July.


Art in Bloom at the Museum of Fine Arts participation by two club designers.


Children's Peace Garden & Atrium Garden at Thomas Crane Public Library Main Branch, Quincy - design, plant and maintain gardens with partners TCPL Friends and Operation Day's Work.


Cleaner, Greener Quincy, support and participate as individuals and as a club in city-wide efforts to clean-up the city in May.


Josiah Quincy House,  - apply for a grant to install permanent gravel pathways in four season garden.  Work with Historic New England staff and volunteers on projects involving planting, pruning and weeding for four season interest.


Open Meetings of Club held for community participation.


Planters at Wollaston Branch Library & Quincy Historical Association, design, plant and maintenance for four season interest.


Quincy's Farmers Market - work with children on horiculture activities.


Safford Park, working with city, help design and plant small area of renovated park.


Succulent Plant Display and Design Vignettes at the Adams Shore Branch of the Thomas Crane Public Library - design, plant and maintain succulents in four indoor garden spaces for public enjoyment and education in hotriculture.


Trash Mob, As needed, organize Quincy and North Quincy High students to clean up specified sites.