Garden Safaris

During the warm weather, we plan visits to places of horticultural interest. These trips are open to all members and some may require individual entry fees.

Current Safaris

June 12, 2021Morning garden tour at Katie Lynch’s home

9:00- 10:30  Katie Lynch’s house
                   38 Brookline St (flag out by street, gray colonial on hill- parking on driveway)
Light snacks/juice provided- w/ bathroom available.
 My husband and I moved to our Pepperell home with a blank canvas 7 years ago slowly designing, learning and creating what we call,  Slo Poke Farm.  The dream is to behold the beauty of God’s Creation-everywhere your eyes turn.  We have a new addition- my husband planned and built a small greenhouse (almost finished), made from recycled windows and wood, as a potting shed and to help with starting seeds. 

June 13, 2021Morning garden tour at Joyce Morrow

10:30-12:00 Joyce Morrow
                    23A Main St
Note:  No bathroom facilities available.
A member of Gardeners Exchange, Joyce has created Pepperknoll Farm. Please thank her for this kind invitation!
Please park down below by the first house- 23 Main St. Don’t block drive. Then walk up to her place.
Also Joyce has asked that we leave by noon as she has another engagement to attend.
Carol Canning stated,” it’s a hidden gem!”  Here is a description of her place.

“Over the last 10 plus years we have focused on developing the beds into strolling gardens comprised of conifers, dwarf conifers, heaths, heathers, junipers, ground covers, succulents, Japanese maples, hostas, dogwoods, various hydrangeas, heucheras, grasses, and other assorted perennial shrubs and plants. I guess one could say that my style is a bit eclectic in that it really doesn’t follow any particular school or style of gardens. Much of the property was a blank slate. We often rode our horses around the perimeter and through the back woods where we had established some short trails. I am a very intuitive creature, and an observer of nature and the elements around me. I focus on what works and what doesn’t. My belief is to not fight Mother Nature, but to let her guide us in supplementing and complimenting what is here, what works, and what this particular location allows to put down roots, grow, and shower us with happy plantings.”

July 25 2021 – Sunday Pool Party

12:00- ?? lunch, tour then swim or sit poolside
11 Bacon St
Bring a bag lunch and a dessert or appetizer to share.
Jean Doherty has graciously invited us over to her gardens and pool to swim!! Jean is an old friend of the Club- coming back to share her love : Day lilies
Come learn and relax as we gather to mosey around and dip our feet or swim after a relaxing lunch together.


Past Safaris      


Wicked Tulips Flower Farm

Johnston, RI

May 5, 2019



Hollis, NH

June 23, 2019