Groovin’ in the Gardens 2017

Live music provides the soundtrack to magical evenings at Wellfield Botanic Gardens at our summer concert series presented by Center for Hospice Care. The concert lineup features an eclectic assortment of jazz, contemporary, classic rock, R&B, country, indie-pop, Americana, folk and “blue-eyed soul” performed live by popular artists of our region and beyond. Gates open at 6 p.m., concerts begin at 7; get your space on the event lawn or under the event tent early and stroll the beautiful garden trails while listening to nature’s symphony before enjoying the concerts as the sun sets. Fresh food items may be purchased from Matterhorn Catering or bring your own picnic dinner to enjoy during the concert….


Educational Volunteers

April and May were busy months for school groups to visit Wellfield.  We still have students coming to the Gardens for educational tours and programs throughout the summer.  The students really enjoy their time learning about macro invertebrates, the life cycle of plants and animals, the water cycle and much more. Wellfield volunteers do an … Continue reading

Sunday Yoga in the Garden with Romeo

Many of you have already been enjoying Yoga in the Gardens with Barb on Saturdays and Beth on Tuesdays, and this week, we begin offering Sunday classes with our newest instructor, Romeo Berthier. Romeo studied yoga with his Grandmother at Ashram Monserrat in Brazil, and he will bring a fresh perspective to our Yoga practice … Continue reading

What should we do with Spring Bulb Leaves?

It is time to say goodnight to perennializing spring bulbs here at Wellfield. As you know from reading this blog, we treat our tulips as annual bulbs and remove them every spring. But the daffodil bulbs stay in the ground to delight us again next year. A question we get a lot is, how long … Continue reading

We’ve got Worm Poop!

Now that you’ve planted your garden, you need to feed it! We’ve got just the boost you need – Organic Worm Castings! What are worm castings, you ask? Simply put, they are worm poop (how eloquent; sorry, Mom!). For those of you requiring more detail, worm castings, also known as vermicast, are essentially earthworm waste, the end … Continue reading