Zeigler’s Market Garden

presented by Zach Zeigler and Sarah Visnick
Wednesday March 10
7 pm – Virtual Presentation

Join us as Zach and Sarah share their knowledge of farming using organic methods and sustainable farming practices that do not use synthetic fertilizers or pesticides. To learn more about their farm, visit their website at www.zmg.farm

Public is Invited to this free Virtual Presentation.
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Garden Club seeks donations to renovate the Lower Veterans Memorial Garden


The Garden Club of Norfolk is seeking donations to complete their goal of $4,400 to renovate the Lower Veterans Memorial Garden at the Norfolk Town Cemetery. Donations can be made online in memory of or in honor of a loved one or someone who served our country.

Only $227.70 more to reach our GOAL! 

Thank You to these organizations and donors for their support.

In September, the Garden Club of Norfolk received a $750.00 Civic Development Grant from the Garden Club Federation of Massachusetts for renovating the Lower Veterans Memorial Gardens at the Norfolk Town Cemetery. The gardens are in the Veterans section of the historic 1745 Norfolk Cemetery located at Main and Seekonk Streets in Norfolk, MA.

The club hopes to build a thriving native plant garden in memory of those who served our country. Their garden proposal is for a low-maintenance plan that includes native shrubs, grasses, and perennials. Purchase of plant materials and all work will be performed by club members. As well as the Grant, the Garden Club of Norfolk has received support from many local partners, including the Norfolk DPW, Norfolk American Legion Post 335, the Norfolk Historical Commission, and individual donations.

Learn more about the garden – its history and renovations plans.

Lower Veterans Gardens are the two areas presently covered by mulch to the left and right of the granite steps. Total area is 900 sq. feet.

Happy New Gardening Year


Check out these upcoming gardening programs. 

Natural Control of Pesky Invasive Plants
Sponsored by the Groton Garden Club and
the Nashua River Watershed Assn and Groton Invasive Species Committee
Saturday Feb 27, 2021 – 1:30 pm NEW DATE
Free Virtual Zoom meeting

Gardentopia: Design Basics for Creating Beautiful Outdoor Spaces with Jan Johnsen
Sponsored by the Garden Club Federation of Massachusetts
Wed March 24, 2021 – 10:30 am
Place:  Virtual Free Zoom Presentation
“Any backyard has the potential to refresh and inspire if you know what to do”

Winter Planning for your Summer Garden
Sponsored by the Garden Club of Norfolk and the Norfolk Public Library
with special thanks to the Norfolk Community Television
View anytime online

Cut Flower Garden Mini Course
Free videos will introduce you to seed-starting and an overview of the supplies needed, a step-by-step seed-starting tutorial, including special tips and tricks for harder to start flower varieties., detailed plans for creating an indoor seed-starting area using supplies you can find at the local hardware store and a  printable supply list and tip sheet, plus easy-to-follow photo-filled instructions.