Plant Something Massachusetts is a project of Massachusetts Nursery and Landscape Association, and was originally established in partnership with Massachusetts Flower Growers’ Association. Plant Something MA seeks to get more people to enjoy gardening and support their local, independent nurseries, garden centers, landscapers and growers.
We welcome your inquiries regarding the Plant Something MA program and the Plant Something for Pollinators campaign.
Native flowers, shrubs, and trees now decorate the unique pathways of the Assabet River Rail Trail thanks to a local resident, David Mark, who began a project to beautify the trail back in 2018. Mark specifically mentioned the Plant Something MA website as a reference for easy-to-grow native species.
May is the time of the year when many people here in western Massachusetts begin planting flowers and vegetables, but state officials are hoping even more people will take part this year.
Find out if you are about to “Get the Dirt” for the first time, already “Play with Dirt” or are truly “Down with Dirt.” At the end of the season, we’ll check back in with you and compare notes.
Thank you for visiting the PSMA booth at the Boston Flower & Garden Show! Click learn more below for more information on your pollinator-friendly flower mystery seeds.
Plant Something MA members continue to help line the Boston Marathon route with daffodils for the third year in a row.
Governor Charlie Baker, in support of National Pollinator Week, has declared June 20 – 26, 2016 as “Massachusetts Pollinator Week” – an opportunity to celebrate and protect our pollinator populations.
EAST LONGMEADOW – More and more flowers are showing up at area greenhouses, and if you’re looking to plant this weekend this is the weekend to do it.
Attn: MNLA members – feel free to share video on your social media and websites to encourage everyone to give the gift that lasts a lifetime……a tree!
BOSTON – Amidst colorful flower beds at the Boston Flower & Garden Show, the strawberry and lettuce plants fit right in. The unusual garden mix of edible and ornamental plants can be a smart choice for gardeners.
Todd Sandstrum, co-founder of the South Shore Great Pumpkin Challenge, created a Guinness World Record on Saturday. Sandstrum paddled the enourmous hollowed out gourd for 3 1/2 miles! Read the initial coverage mentioning Plant Something MA!