We are welcoming spring in our gardens. The daffodils and tulips have bloomed, we have pansies in planters and flower beds, and we are now planting dahlias. We hope you enjoy them while taking the necessary steps to be safe for yourself and others.
We are meeting the challenges of the current world while keeping to our mission. Our volunteers are actively caring for our gardens planting, weeding, and deadheading. We will be practicing social distancing while together so that we can continue our work beautifying the city.
Check out our newest documentary created by Sean O’Laughlin of Cut Bridge Productions 2019
“Gardeners are the first sign of commitment to a community” – Ann Raver
Cape Ann’s beautiful natural environment and colorful seaside gardens perpetually inspire artists, designers, landscapers and now a growing community of civic-minded gardening enthusiasts. As part of the seven million dollar seawall reconstruction project along Stacy Boulevard, numerous garden beds were installed and Gloucester’s volunteer group of “Generous Gardeners” planted them with thousands of colorful flowers. A riot of color is now enjoyed by all who stroll along the iconic boulevard. Generous Gardeners has also enhanced the rough charm of Gloucester’s working waterfront filling over 30 public spaces with beautiful bulbs, annuals and perennials. Contact Susan Kelly at firstname.lastname@example.org or 781-346-1363 to volunteer or learn more.