Worcester Garden Club


The Mighty Six Clean-up Green Hill Park Gardens

Minh Mailloux, Mary Ellen Collins, Donna Rose, Donna Williams, Penny Kaczyk, and Phyllis Pollack brought rakes and shovels to do much needed clean-up at the gardens at Green Hill. Thank you Soil Sisters!

Four WGC Leaders Attend GCA Annual Meeting
in San Francisco

"How the West was One," hosted by Zone 12

The WGC delegation have had a wonderful time at the GCA Annual Meeting in the "city by the bay". There were 2 days of fabulous speakers as well as presentations by national committee chairs, Zone Chairs, workshops, plus hort displays and a flower show. At the end of the business meeting, the 2019 GCA Annual Meeting in Boston was announced by our own Zone One representatives.

Horticulture judges examine entries by garden club members at our club Flower Show April 23 at the Worcester Club. Their comments were very positive and Kathy Michie won Best in Horticulture for her croton plant with its rarely seen flower. Go to the Photo and Design sections of the website to revisit the show.

WGC Goes to Washington!

How exciting to see representatives of the Worcester Garden Club in Representative Jim McGovern's office! From left to right are: Kimberly Hatfield, Stacey McCarthy, Penny Booth, Binky Bennett, and Carolyn Ross (the Zone 1 NAL Representative). We will hear all about it at our next meeting.

The Purposes of the Worcester Garden Club Are:

  • To promote the knowledge and appreciation of gardening, horticulture, flower arranging, and all phases of conservation;
  • To educate the community in the art of gardening, in the science of horticulture and in the conservation of all our national and local resources;
  • To encourage and develop civic planting throughout Worcester County.