The Bedford Garden Club performs continuing work for the community, including efforts on projects with the Bedford VA hospital, Davis School, Job Lane Herb Garden, road beautification and more.
Adding Color to Bedford
We’re sure you’ve seen club members as they work to maintain the 19 traffic islands, corners and public buildings all around Bedford. At each site, members plant perennials and annuals then mulch, water and weed each site throughout the season, creating four-season interest at many locations. This year, we even added a small vegetable patch at one of our islands!
These gardens and plantings have been designed, tended and beautified by garden club members for many years and benefit the entire Bedford community by providing interesting, engaging and harmonious public landscapes and vistas.
Garden Club members make a yearly visit to Davis School first graders in celebration of Arbor Day, culminating in the presentation of a live tree to each student.
Job Lane Herb Garden
We also maintain an herb garden at the Job Lane house as part of the historical preservation plan for one of Bedford’s oldest houses.
Art in Bloom
The garden club is pleased to be invited to participate in the Museum of Fine Arts annual Art in Bloom exhibit.