Although small geographically, New Hampshire is fertile ground for the architects, designers and builders working here. Our annual Design Awards celebrate and recognize this talented community.
The public is invited to attend the Hooksett Garden Club’s Spring Gardening Open House. Come and enjoy refreshments, meet current members, learn about the club’s upcoming programs and activities and view a variety of mini-demonstration tables. The event is open to the public and FREE.
Exhibits will include seed starting; container gardening; composting; pollinators; invasive plants; soil testing; success with houseplants and succulents and vermicomposting. Please make sure to visit the membership table to see the club’s posters, brochure, yearbook, scrapbook, publicity book and membership applications.
Free literature will be available on topics such as soil testing, mulching, herb and vegetable growing, invasive species, native plants and more. The HGC is a great resource for experienced and novice gardeners alike. For the experienced, one can enjoy sharing one’s knowledge and participating in field trips and community events. For those just getting started, the club is a great way to interact with other gardeners and gain knowledge and information. For everyone, the club offers a way to meet new people, make friends and get involved in the community. Our mission statement is to encourage interest in all phases of gardening, floral design and horticulture; to aid in the protection and conservation of natural resources; and to assist in the civic beautification of the community.
Hooksett Garden Club
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