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.
From the Massachusetts Department of Agricultural Resources Department (MDAR) June/July Farm and Market Report Commissioner’s Column by John Lebeaux, MDAR commissioner: “May 15th was a particularly excellent day. It was ‘Plant Something Day,’ a program of the Massachusetts Flower Growers’ Association and the Massachusetts Nursery and Landscape Association. Secretary of Energy and Environmental Affairs Matt Beaton […]
Free rain garden workshop in Northampton Wednesday, July 8, 2015 from 7–8:30 PM Learn how to beautify your yard and help keep streams healthy! Ed Himlan of the Massachusetts Watershed Coalition will present a slideshow on the design and benefits of rain gardens. The workshop will be at the Unitarian Church, 220 Main St, Northampton. Rain […]
On June 3, 2015 the National Pollinator Garden Network (NPGN), an unprecedented collaboration of national, regional, conservation, and gardening groups, launched the Million Pollinator Garden Challenge. This is a strategic effort to promote and protect the needs of pollinators in North America. In the fall of 2014, AmericanHort and seven other organizations were convened to propose […]
EEA Secretary Matthew Beaton Celebrates with Tree Planting at Elementary School CHARLEMONT– May 15, 2015 Governor Baker has proclaimed today, May 15, 2015, “Plant Something Day” to support the Commonwealth’s many flower and nursery growers. In celebration, Energy and Environmental Affairs (EEA) Secretary Matthew Beaton and Department of Agricultural Resources (DAR) Commissioner John Lebeaux joined […]
Condurso’s Garden Center of Montville hosted New Jersey Secretary of Agriculture Douglas Fisher and New Jersey Nursery and Landscape Association Executive Director Dominick Mondi on Monday, May 2 to read Governor Christie’s proclamation that the week of May 3–9 is “Plant Something Week.” The Plant Something campaign promotes the benefits of horticulture and is funded […]
Week-long celebration of estate’s iconic dogwood trees kicks off with Open Days partnership with The Garden Conservancy to showcase a number of nearby gardens Milton, Mass — The Mary M. B. Wakefield Charitable Trust announced the dates of its 5th annual Dogwood Days celebration for 2015. The popular open garden event will take place at […]
Join us at the 2015 Boston flower and garden show and Plant Something!
Media release courtesy of Project EverGreen Cleveland (September 18, 2014) – Childhood obesity has doubled and adolescence obesity has quadrupled in the past 30 years, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. These startling statistics are due, in part, to a lack of physical activity that stems from the lack of recreational green […]
Jim Connolly of Weston Nurseries, Inc. along with local Boy Scouts and Brownies planted two fruit trees and three blueberry shrubs at Sunny Meadow Farm on May 15
We hope you enjoyed the May 15 event. Below is planting information for the seeds you received. Team coaches: Show us how your giant pumpkin seedlings are doing! Be sure to check in with us throughout the growing season. Share your photos with us on Facebook. You Planted a Simply Salad Global Gourmet Mix! In this […]