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.
Post by Boston Flower & Garden Show.
The Boston Flower & Garden Show will return to the Seaport World Trade Center in Boston on Wednesday, March 12 through Sunday, March 16, 2014 with the theme “Romance in the Garden”. Whether it’s in the fairytale elegance of a royal rose garden or the sleek and sexy site of a modern meet up, romance […]
November 25, 2013—Worcester Telegram & Gazette
We had a great time on May 15 with our first of many state-wide plantings! Click on the pdf links below to read more. May 16, 2013 Milton Council on Aging Participates in Statewide Planting Day Seniors helped Deborah Trickett from Milton-based Captured Garden plant a vegetable garden at the Council on Aging, Wednesday. May 16, […]
May 15, 2013 May 15 planting event gaining recognition across the Commonwealth [FMP poster=”https://www.plantsomethingma.org/videos/PS-May15WBZnews.jpg” width=”280″ height=”180″]https://www.plantsomethingma.org/videos/PS-May15WBZnews.m4v[/FMP]
King Farm donated plant material to beautify this traffic island in Leominster back in May this year, look at how well these beautiful plants have done! An additional planting had a patriotic theme.
LYNN — Callahan Elementary School fifth graders along with a handful of city officials and Principal Ed Turmenne planted the last of a veritable young forest Thursday in front of the Callaghan Way School. “It may sound corny but sometimes there is nothing like a nice tree,” Turmenne said with a smile. Over the last few […]
Plant Something MA and the Massachusetts Farm to School Project hosted Senator Mo Cowan and Congressman Jim McGovern for an Earth Day celebration in Worcester. The Wednesday, May 1 event at the Chandler Elementary School was a great success and was captured by Channel 3. Check out the Plant Something MA Facebook page for additional photos.
Governor Deval Patrick declared the month of May as “Flower and Nursery” month in the Commonwealth as part of an event at the Mather School in Dorchester on May first. The event showcased the “Plant Something” campaign to encourage young and not-so-young people to get involved with planting …flowers, vegetables, herbs, shrubs, trees…something! The Mather […]