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This month's speaker and meeting have been postponed

until Wednesday, March 14th at 7:00pm.

Please stay safe during our latest winter storm.

For any questions, please contact Lois Scotto at


Wednesday, March 7, 2018

Proven Winners  

Presented by Russ Knowles

The Nashua Garden Club will hold its March program, Wednesday March 7th at 7:00 PM at the First Baptist Church, 121 Manchester Street, Nashua, NH 03064.  The program, Proven Winners, will be presented by Russ Knowles of Loudon NH-based Pleasant View Gardens (  As their Regional Retail Account Manager, Russ represents the Proven Winners © product line in his relationships between Pleasant View Gardens and multiple large, independent garden centers.   With over 30 years with some of New Englandís top garden centers, he has also worked in various capacities including production, shipping, quality & inventory control, and planning.  Russ and his wife reside in the New Hampshire lakes region.

This interesting program will encourage attendees to start thinking about spring! They will receive a preview of 2018 Proven Winner varieties and a review of most popular varieties from the past.  Russ will also share how and where to incorporate these plants into garden beds and container gardens for best success.

All are welcome. Light refreshment will be served. Non-members will be asked  for $5.00. 

Please join members of the garden club for this informative program.  All are welcome to attend.  Light refreshment will be served. Members are free.    Non-members: $5.  

The Nashua Garden Club is an independent non-denominational club that devotes itself to the diverse needs and interests of its many-faceted member gardeners. Founded in 1961, the Club's uniqueness lies in its accommodation to its members by holding meetings in the evening. The Club's mission is to encourage its members to fully involve themselves in learning about and participating in the many and varied aspects of horticulture, landscape design, floral design, and the civic beautification of our community.

Future Public Programs

April 4, 2018
Program: Bee Keeping
Speaker: Alden Marshall