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HGC's Sale of Annual Plants

Starts Monday, April 25, 2022

Our sale of annual plants is a once-a-year event.  Choose from 4-pacs, 4-6" hanging baskets, geraniums, and more, many of which are grown by Garden Club members in our own greenhouse.

Click here for the Plant Sale. 


Designing with Ferns

Tuesday, May 3rd

Montshire Museum of Science


Speaker: Leslie Duthie

Leslie Duthie was the horticulturist and plant propagator at the Norcross Wildlife Sanctuary and she is accomplished grower of ferns and wildflowers. 


Ms. Duthie will cover fern diversity and uses in the garden, aggressive species, terminology, and t he important ecological role they play in the landscape

Short Business Meeting and Program...1:00PM

Register to attend from the Montshire Museum of Science website calendar.

For the Online Annual Plant Sale, the Perennial Sale and Town Garden Planting dates, please see Meetings for registration information.

Hanover Garden Club

Town garden summer beautification

volunteers needed for 2022 

From June to early September the gardens we plant in May, need a bit of beautification by way of of deadheading, some trimming to increase blooms and a bit of weeding to keep them looking fresh. If you have thirty minutes or an hour once a week to volunteer, please join us to find a garden and friendly members to spend some time with!

Contact us at






Click our link to enjoy one visitor's experience of 

the 2017 HGC Annual Plant Sale!

https://vimeo.com/218288677.  Made by Jamom.


Project Greenhouse

The greenhouse is up, and working!  

See our new greenhouse by visiting our

greenhouse page

To become a member today, click here.

HGC's monthly meetings are located at the Montshire Museum of Science

Please join our monthly programs located at the Montshire Museum of Science in Norwich, Vermont.  All meetings are open to the public.   If your New Year's resolution is to garden more, join the HGC! $35 covers a year of member meetings, speakers, garden tours, annual events, and the friendship that a garden club inspires. Click "How To Join" above left.

(Photos: S Berry)