Horticulture and Floral Design

Enthralling First Photography Show

FGC presents first in-house photography show

FGC Members score blue ribbons and awards at NGC Flower Shows

                                                        Framingham Garden Club members have been busy entering a variety of National Garden Club Flower Shows. In July, Shannon Fitzpatrick won a blue ribbon at the Heritage Garden show for her plexiglass-based design. Minal Akkad was awarded a blue ribbon at the same show for her miniature “Rocket” design.     Ruth Evans’s clever…

FGC hosts Books in Bloom interpretive floral design program

Join FGC for Books In Bloom, an interpretive floral design program

Framingham Garden Club, Inc. – a feature of Framingham for 90 years

Our greatest asset continues to be our members. We meet, learn from, and work with others who enjoy gardens and flowers. Part of the club’s richness is our diversity: we have myriad interests, skill levels, and abilities – all of which contribute to the club’s overall success and enjoyment. Each year, members expand their interests, explore previously hidden talents, and form friendships, all while serving the community and the environment.

The club’s main emphases are on civic activities, education, and conservation. Each monthly meeting, September through May, features a lunch, short business meeting, and special presentation. The diverse activities of our committees reflect the different interests, concerns and time constraints of our members.

We encourage members to participate in the pursuits in which they are particularly interested. Floral arrangement, botany, horticulture, conservation, and garden design are just a few of our interests.


Our mission is education, conservation and beautification, as they relate to design, horticulture and gardening in our community.