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A bee enjoys a sedum’s pink flowers. (Photo © Hilda M. Morrill)

Welcome to Fall

Many consider the fall to be New England's loveliest season.

Our gardens are showing the results of the summer's drought with "scorched" leaves evident on the hostas, asters, and even on some shrubs - such as the azaleas.

The Pee Gee hydrangeas (paniculata 'Grandiflora') did not bloom so well because of the frost that killed their buds in early spring; and the Endless Summer hydrangeas are just beginning to flower for the first time this season! ... Read More...

September 27, 2016

Wednesday, September 28 - Wednesday, November 02 in Wellesley
Floral Design for Beginners - Mass Hort Society - Course

Wednesday, September 28 in Sandwich
Mornings in the Garden: Pest Management - Walk/Lecture

Friday, September 30 - Saturday, October 01 in Stockbridge
Invasive Plant Identification, Removal, and Control Strategies - Berkshire Botanical Garden

Saturday, October 01 in Framingham
Landscape Depot's 15-Year Celebration

Saturday, October 01 in Stockbridge
The Art and Science of Pickling - Berkshire Botanical Garden - Workshop

Saturday, October 01 - Sunday, October 02 in Boylston
Fall Fest - Tower Hill Botanic Garden

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Plant daffodil bulbs in the fall for beautiful spring blooms. (Photo © Hilda M. Morrill)

Boston Blooms with Daffodils

Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh has announced that the "Boston Blooms with Daffodils" beautification initiative will distribute 20,000 daffodil bulbs this fall to volunteers for planting on public ways citywide.

"Our Boston Blooms volunteers always do a great job of beautifying our neighborhoods through this citywide planting program, and we are looking forward to another successful year," said Mayor Walsh. "We invite all residents to participate in this fun activity." ...


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