NGBH events include regular work sessions at the garden site and occasional lectures and other special events. Check our listing below for upcoming events and highlights. To be notified of events, please join our list using the button below.


Self-scheduled Volunteers 

Contact NGBH to schedule time in the gardens. 

Volunteer Mentoring

Friday, August 7


We will be in the garden if you would like to join us on a project or learn about the garden. Bring your own tools. Face mask required when physical distancing is not possible. 

2020 Online Presentations

Tuesday, Aug 18 at 7PM

Fall Blooms

Recorded presentations available on YouTube:

Wetland plants

Why Use Native Plants in the Garden?

hosted by Blue Hill Heritage Trust

Register for Presentation on

Fall Blooms

Tuesday, August 18 at 7PM

Click here to register for our Zoom presentation on fall blooms.

The fall season brings another batch of attractive blooms and color to the local landscape.


Join NGBH co-founders Avy Claire and Cathy Rees to learn about late-blooming natives that will look great in your garden and provide much needed seasonal forage for pollinators. Discover which native plants, shrubs, and trees provide outstanding fall color.

White Admiral on Eupatorium perfoliatum

Photo by Leslie Clapp

Cephalanthus occidentalis at NGBH

Photo by Martha Moss

Native Gardens of Blue Hill
creating public gardens of Maine native plants
Blue Hill, Maine