Members of the Garden Club of Norfolk share their love of gardening by maintaining 18 gardens for the community to enjoy. From a dozen gardens around the town center to H. Olive Day Elementary School to Mass Audubon’s Stony Brook to a native plant garden at Norfolk Cemetary, the GCN helps beautify the town. Our three butterfly gardens are all monarch waystations, supporting this endangered butterfly during its migration.

This fundraiser will help the GCN to plant the new Clock Garden on Town Hill as well as update and maintain all our gardens. The plants and flowers you purchase for your home garden will brighten your neighborhood and support pollinators.

All plants are 100% guaranteed to grow and thrive. If you follow the simple care instructions, and if any plant still does not grow, please notify Give & Garden within 1 year to receive a replacement or refund. No questions asked.

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Adele’s Birdhouse Garden, located 2 Liberty Lane, Town Hill, Norfolk, MA, now has a new birdhouse. The birdhouse was made by Don LaFratta, Wooden Expression Birdhouses. Don has also made birdhouses for the butterfly gardens at H. Olive Day Elementary School at 232 Main Street and Stony Brook Nature Center at 108 North Street.

The Garden Club cares for many civic gardens around the Town of Norfolk.
Check them out.

GCN Garden Walking Tour

Gardening Events

Complete descriptions and details under EVENTS.

Visit New England Botanic Garden at Tower Hill, 11 French Drive, Boylston, MA – The Garden Club of Norfolk has sponsored a pass available at the Norfolk Public Library that admits 2 people at half price. Go to Norfolk Library Museum Passes for details.