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Welcome to Tower Hill Botanic Garden, the headquarters of the Worcester County Horticultural Society.

The Society was incorporated in 1842 as a non-profit educational organization for the purpose of advancing the science and encouraging and improving the practice of horticulture. As the third oldest active horticultural society in the United States, the Society offered flower shows and educational programs in downtown Worcester for more than 150 years.

In 1986, the Society purchased Tower Hill Farm in Boylston, MA, to develop as a botanic garden where the ideals of the organization could be put into practice for the community – thus Tower Hill Botanic Garden was born. With 17 distinct gardens on 171 acres, much of it preserved as woodland and open space, Tower Hill is dedicated to the cultivation and display of some of the most exquisite plants in the world.

GARDENS AND PLANTS

With 17 distinct gardens on more than 130 acres, much of it preserved as woodland and open space, Tower Hill Botanic Garden is dedicated to the cultivation and display of some of the most exquisite plants in the world.

To find out more click Tower Hill Botanic Garden


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The HERB FARMacy is an organic farm located on 10 acres in Salisbury, Massachusetts near the New Hampshire border. We specialize in Certified Organic plants, with over 800 varieties of culinary, medicinal and ornamental herbs plus a unique selection of native flowering plants, old-fashioned flowers and hardy perennials to attract butterflies, birds and bees to your gardens.

In addition we offer over 80 varieties of heirloom tomato plants, exciting choices of spicy specialty peppers and an expanding assortment of organic vegetable plants and selected berry plants

If you’re curious about our plant selections, please browse the current Plant Lists section of the site, or better yet, come visit our greenhouses to experience them for yourself! We think you’ll enjoy the scent-sations!

To find out more visit The Herb Farmacy.


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The Region's Expert on Native Plants—from the Wild to Your Backyard.

New England Wild Flower Society conserves native plants in the wild and encourages gardeners and landscape professionals to choose natives when they plant outdoor spaces, particularly plants grown from local seeds, harvested sustainably in the wild. 

Our mission is to conserve and promote the region’s native plants to ensure healthy, biologically diverse landscapes.

To learn more visit Garden In The Woods.