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Dear Garden Club Friends,

The summer was too short and fall is here already.  As with every season in New England, fall brings its own special beauty for us to enjoy.  I look forward to enjoying the colorful foliage and the few but beautiful dahlias that the bunnies did not eat.  I want to thank all of the volunteers who kept the Watering Trough, the Fiske Triangle and the Native Plant Garden alive and beautiful this summer.  It was a lot of work for everyone, but it is a big accomplishment to have everything looking amazing at the summer’s end.

The month of September starts a new year for our club and one of the things we are going to do is make this website a more interesting, informative and enjoyable place to visit.  We are in the process of updating the information now.   If you have any suggestions for additions or improvements, please contact me.

This year it seems all the gardening organizations we are affiliated with have themes.  The Garden Club Federation of Massachusetts has “Plant America: Start with a Seed”, The National Garden Club has “Plant America”, and the New England Region has “New England Garden Clubs Plants for Everyone”.  We have nothing formal so my theme and I hope you adopt it is “Just Plant Something”. 

I wish you warm days and good deals at the plant sales this month.

Cynthia Chapra



News and Updates

Read the October Green Sheet

Read the WGC article in Wellesley Weston Magazine Forbes Land 25th Anniversary)(note:click on the search icon and enter 56 for the correct page number)

Read the Fall 2017 Mayflower

Read the NEGC newsletter

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