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Hooksett Garden Club

Hooksett, New Hampshire

Organized and Federated in 1997



Mission Statement

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

Please check out our list of programs and events for 2023. More will be added as they are finalized. Some are members only events so don't miss out on the fun, think about joining our club! 

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June 3

The ANNUAL PLANT SALE will will be held on Saturday, June 3 from 9am to noon at a NEW LOCATION, the Hooksett Public Library, 31 Mount St. Mary's Way in Hooksett.  We will be selling annuals, perennials, vegetables, herbs, and house plants and also have a garden related yard sale, and a wonderful group of 20 raffle items from local businesses and crafters. Master Gardeners will be on hand to answer questions. Rain or shine, plenty of free parking. Raffle tickets are $1 each or 6 for $5 and can be purchased at the plants sale or from any Hooksett Garden Club member Here is a list of our raffle items: 

Faulkner's  Gift Card     $100.00

Agway Gift Card                25.00

Tuckers Gift Card              25.00

Tractor Supply Gift Card   50.00

Home Depot Coupon        50.00

Second Brook Rest           50.00

Lakeside Lanes 10 strings of bowling

3 sets of Bowl Cozies with a set of 4 coasters

Handmade Floral Note Cards in basket with seeds and gloves.

Canvas Bag with Garden Club Logo on it.

2 Heart Shaped Floral Wreaths..

2 Chairs with Flowers pots that can be put in the garden 

2 Patio Herb Gardens

1 set of 2 Self Watering Hanging Pots. 

1 Hanging Plant

Hope to see lots of plant lovers on Saturday, June 3rd!


A possible field trip to the lavender fields at Pumpkin Blossom Farm in Warner, NH is in the planning stage for June. Set on a sloping hillside of nearly 14 acres, it is the perfect sun drenched location to serve as the backdrop for the 6,000 lavender plants of three varieties grown there.

This is a members/spouses only event.

June 26

Possible field trip to Pickity Place in Mason, NH. Reservations for lunch at 12:45 and a tour. Please respond ASAP. Members only


July 26

Our first of the season "Cocktails in the Garden" will be held on Wednesday, July 26 at the home of member Cindy Coburn of Hooksett. These very popular garden tours came about during the pandemic and have will remain in the summer months in lieu of a meeting. This is a members/spouses only event.


August 3

Field trip to Pleasant View Gardens in Louden. They are a Proven Winners partner and operate 30 acres of greenhouses and outdoor growing space. The event is free, and a light breakfast and lunch is included. It is an event that offers a lot of information, and the display of plants and flowers is spectacular. Members only.

August 23

Our "Cocktails in the Garden" continue at the home of member Bonnie Pierce of Hooksett on Wednesday evening August 23. This is also a members/spouses only event. 


September 12

The NHFGC is holding their Annual Fall Meeting at the John Hay Estate at the Fells in Newbury, NH. This meeting is open to all federation members. 

September 27

Our program for September will be The Secret to Growing Healthy Houseplants with Bill Stockman, former owner of Spider Web Gardens in Tuftonboro, NH. He will do a slide presentation and will talk about the changes in gardening over the past 60 years, highlighting houseplants. As Bill lives half of the year in the West Indies, he will show some of the plants grown in Montserratt, West Indies that are grown seasonally or as houseplants. This program is free and open to the public. 


October 25

This program will be our final meeting of the year. It is co-sponsored by the Hooksett Library and features Harry Vogel, Senior Biologist /Executive Director of the Loon Preservation Committee as speaker. This program is free and open to the public.