The Hooksett Garden Club Mission Statement
The Hooksett Garden Club wishes to encourage interest in all phases of gardening, floral design and horticulture; to aid
 in the protection and conservation of natural resources; and to assist in the civic beautification of the community.

Meeting Information
Monthly meetings are held at the Hooksett Public Library, 31 Mount Saint Mary's Way, Hooksett NH, on the last Wednesday of the month February through October. Meeting time is 4 PM to approx. 6 PM.

2017 marks the twentieth anniversary for the Hooksett Garden Club. Founded in 1997 by 12 charter members, the club has been an active part of the Hooksett community ever since. We welcome new members. You don't have to live in the town of Hooksett to attend a meeting or be a member.  New to the area and want to meet new people?  Stop by and we'd be happy to meet you! Anyone interested in joining, or just curious as to what we are all about, is encouraged to come to a meeting and see what goes on. Some of our members have extensive gardening knowledge and are Master Gardeners - others have learned by trial and error. Programs are free and open to the public unless it states you will be making something then a charge to cover materials will be required. The HGC is a member of the New Hampshire Federation of Garden Clubs, Inc.  and also the National Garden Clubs, Inc., New England Region and through those affiliations many other educational and social opportunities are available to us.

Hooksett Garden Club  OFFICERS 2016-2017
                Co-Presidents                              Marty Lennon & Carolyn Taylor
                1st Vice President                       Elena Whitfield 
                2nd Vice President                    Peg Chickering
                Treasurer                                    Jean D’Espinosa
                Corresponding Secretary        Paula Harris
                Recording Secretary                Rachel  Sweeney

HGC Board meeting - the 2nd Wednesday of the month –
  4 PM at the Hooksett Public Library.

Thank you to everyone in the community who supported 
the Hooksett Garden Club by purchasing our holiday wreaths. 
Our club remains a success because of you!

December 6 – Our holiday party will again be held at Roots Cafe in Robie's Country Store.
from 5:30 until 7:30 pm. Members are invited to bring a spouse or guest. 

December 14 – The HGC will be ringing bells for the Salvation Army at Bass Pro Shops from
10am until 6pm. Members have signed up in pairs for 1-2 hr. shifts. 80% of the proceeds stay
right in Hooksett. Please check the schedule that Marty Lennon has sent out. 



Fall is planting time for shrubs and trees. The soil is still warm

and most garden centers have them on sale. Check to see that the root systems are good. 

They should not be flowering.

Do not plant roses at this time. After Thanksgiving spray with Wilt-Pruf and mulch your roses. If they are grafted, 

wrap them. Cut them back in the spring. 

If transplanting plants, it is better to put plants in pots and then heal them into the ground. If kept in pots

in the garage the roots will be too cold.

For other months' Horticultural Moments, please navigate to 

Horticultural Moment on the left hand sidebar or to 2016

Hooksett Garden Club

Hooksett, New Hampshire

Organized and Federated in 1997

Member of the

New Hampshire Federation of Garden Clubs, Inc. 


National Garden Clubs, Inc.   New England Region

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