The Wareham Garden Club was  organized  in 1938 and federated in 1942. We are members of the Garden Club Federation of Massachusetts and The National Garden Club, Inc.  Presently our group consists of 100 hard-working, talented members including numerous designers and judges. Our design classes develop and enhance our members skills and interests. The varied monthly program speakers center on design, conservation, horticulture and gardening.


Our objectives are to promote the mutual interest in and enjoyment of gardens; to exchange ideas and methods, seeds and plants, and other garden material among our members; to aid in projects for beautifying our town; to study and enjoy wildlife; to educate and legislate for the protection of all natural resources; to preserve and rejuvenate our environment.


Engraved bricks and/or plantings in memory of deceased members; Christmas decorations for historic buildings; monthly garden therapy at Gateway Adult Center and Forestview; civic beautification, historic preservation; anti-litter campaign; educational tulip planting at Decas School

For further information please call Sandy Slavin 508 291-1643 or email us at

Wareham Garden Club's Plant and Bake Sale Saturday

The Club’s annual fall fundraiser is Saturday, September 28th from 9 a.m. to noon at the Old Methodist Meeting House, 495 Main Street, Wareham. This year’s theme is “Autumn Days”. Herbs, perennials, wreaths, birdhouses, fabric pumpkins, chicken wire baskets, fairy gardens, scarecrows, wire ...
Garden Club Monthly Meeting

The regular monthly meeting will be held Thursday, September 12, 2113, at the Fellowship Hall, First Congregational Church on Gibbs Avenue at 9:30 a.m. Following the meeting, this month’s Horticulture is “Your Favorite Late Perennial”. At the conclusion of the horticulture judging, “Birds, Bees, ...
Wareham Garden Club Looking for Donation of Plants and ...

The Wareham Garden Club is seeking donations of plants and plant pots for their annual spring (May 18th) and fall plant sales. Knowledgeable members of the club will divide your Flora with your on site supervision or you can divide them yourself. The Garden Club plant sales are major fundraisers ...
Wareham Garden Club offers Scholarships

The Wareham Garden Club has announced that up to two $1,000 scholarships are available for award during the Spring of 2013. Eligible applicants must: -be a resident of Wareham -be graduating in the Spring of 2013 from any High School or Technical School -have been accepted to an accredited ...
Wareham Garden Club's Daffodil Project at Decas School

Wareham Garden Club’s Decas School Daffodil Project Last fall, members of the Wareham Garden Club helped Ms. Simm’s 3rd grade class at the Decas School plant bulbs in pots, and bury them in their courtyard for the winter. Each year the club members return to school to help the children dig up ...
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