Blossom Fund

Attractive concrete planter

The Blossom Fund was created to finance projects of horticultural impact.

The Windermere Community Garden

Located in the Fairmount Indigo Greenway Corridor

The Harbor-Link Gardens

Located on the Northern Avenue Bridge

The Christopher Columbus Park ”Urban Oasis”

Restoration design

The Butterfly Garden

Located at at Mass Audubon’s Nature Center in Mattapan

The Kelleher Rose Garden

Restoration located in the Back Bay Fens

The Esplanade Association

Equipment purchase project

Trustees of Reservations

For the maintenance of Boston Community Gardens

The historic gardens at the Loring-Greenough House

Restoration project in Jamaica Plain

Eliot Bridge in Cambridge

Landscape restoration project

The Garden Club of America Logo

An Area Committee of The Garden Club of America

Our Mission

Provide support for the design and beautification of parks and green spaces Encourage civic achievement in horticulture and conservation Educate the public on horticultural practices and the natural environment Meet with representatives and educate the public on issues of regional concern.


The Blossom Fund

In 1997 we formed The Blossom Fund that provides “seed” monies to assist in launching projects of horticultural impact within Boston. Our belief is that a healthy urban population and vibrant economic hub will benefit all.

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