Horticulture, Floral Design, Conservation, and Community Service

Community Giving Garden

The Framingham Garden Club is proud to launch its second annual Community Giving Garden (CGG) program at Framingham’s Earth Day on April 20, 2024. This program was launched in 2023 to encourage Framingham residents to grow healthy vegetables and herbs at their homes and donate some to family, friends, neighbors, or local food pantries, to address food insecurity in the Metrowest Community. CGG was a great success in 2023, and we are happy to bring it back in 2024! In…

FGC Designers Interpret Works of Art at Flora in Winter

FGC designers flourish at Flora in Winter

“Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner,” an FGC Tablescape Program

FGC tablescape program “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner” delights local residents

FGC’s Earth Day Programs Coming on April 20

Join FGC on Earth Day for Plant Pollinator Pet Rock and Community Giving Garden programs

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.