BOYLSTON, Mass.- Tower Hill Botanic Garden will present the eighth annual Gardeners
Emporium, a Fall Plant and Garden Accessory Sale, on Saturday, Sept. 10, 9 a.m.-3 p.m., featuring more than a dozen non-profit, regional plant societies, specialty nurseries, and purveyors of garden ornaments.
Some of the plant societies present at the event will include the Conifer, Cactus & Succulent, Epimedium, Miniature Plant, Hosta, and Daylily societies.
Each of these groups will offer expertise on their plant specialties. Niche nurseries and garden accessory companies include: Grey Stone Gardens from Fitchburg, Cut It Out from Stockbridge, and Stonegate Farm & Flowers from Greenfield, New Hampshire.
The Shop at Tower Hill. Twigs Café will offer light fare for lunch.
Admission to the Gardeners' Emporium is free and there is no charge for parking.
Tower Hill Botanic Garden is located at 11 French Drive in Boylston, exit 24 off
It is the home of the Worcester County Horticultural Society, incorporated in 1842
for the purpose of "advancing the science, and encouraging and improving the practice
of horticulture." Located on 132 acres, the Garden hosts educational programs, exhibits, shows, and special events throughout the year.