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 Massachusett.


Gardening
in the
Month of December!

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  Holiday Plant Care
in
Fall & Winter 
from UMass Extension

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Community Projects


The North Andover Garden Club sponsors many community projects including planting and maintaining gardens at the Parson Barnard House, the Patriots Memorial Park Fall and Spring Clean-up, Preparing and Distributing Holiday Wreaths to Town Departments, Garden Therapy Activities, Monthly Programs, and our Annual Plant Sale (new location this year - grounds of the  No. Andover Middle School!)
   
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to view our rmany contributions that our members provide, most recently our
Planting Project at the Firestation located on Chickering Road!
 
Upcoming Events

A Camel's Garden -
Drought -Tolerant Plants
with
Jen Kettell

Saturday, February 3, 2018
10:30 am to 12:30 pm
Stevens Memorial Library
Main St. North Andover

 
In this lecture, Jen will share the effects of drought on woody plants, and describe plant adaptations for dealing with drought. Most importantly, she will introduce you to a new palette of plant material that will decrease your water use while increasing species diversity and beauty in your home landscape.


 
 
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 St. Michael Parish Hall, Main Street, 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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