By Ali Kane Tower Hill staff When you attend the Annual Meeting of the Worcester County Horticultural Society, the parent organization of Tower Hill Botanic Garden, you are participating in a tradition that is more than 175 years old. When the Worcester County Horticultural Society was formally incorporated in the 1840s, it welcomed any member [...]
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Tower Hill Botanic Garden photo Tower Hill Botanic Garden encourages flowers loves to submit arrangements for one or both weekends of our In Bloom festivities. This year each weekend for In Bloom has a different theme. Professionals, amateurs, and hobbyists alike are invited to contribute floral creations for display on either weekend of In Bloom. [...]
NPR photo Tower Hill Botanic Garden encourages everyone to embrace the best-selling book "The Hidden Life of Trees" in 2018. We’re organizing a year’s worth of activities around this recently-released book, written by German forester and author Peter Wohlleben, which asks provocative questions about earth’s forests. Do trees have families? Do they communicate? Do they remember? Wohlleben combs through recent research and weaves together a case [...]
By Robert Burgess Tower Hill staff News about climate change - 2017 was particularly hot - can seem daunting, even hopeless at times. What can one person really do to make a difference? A lot, actually. We challenge you to try a new kind of diet in 2018. The Carbon Diet. Much like Weight Watchers, the Carbon [...]
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Dear members, As I look through the rearview mirror at 2017, I am both honored and extremely proud of our collective accomplishments at THBG. I am inspired by all of our staff, volunteers, and Board members who step up to the challenges and demonstrate the vital role Tower Hill is playing in creating a [...]