Thank You Sponsors
The Board and Members of McLaughlin Garden wish to thank the following sponsors for their support of our work during 2020.
The bees and flowers will soon return to the Garden!
Discover New England’s largest collection of lilacs.
Give today to support our work—make a donation, become a member, or sponsor a program.
During 2022 we celebrate another wonderful year here at McLaughlin Garden & Homestead. This year, we encourage you to share in our mission to cultivate a beautiful and healthy environment where discovery, creativity and connections are nurtured; whether that include bringing your family to one of our festive summer events, or attending one of our educational winter lecture series. No matter the season we'll be glad you stopped in. For those wish to support The McLaughlin Foundation in that mission we encourage you to make a donation today by becoming a member. You may even wish to join our list of local sponsors. If you are planning to visit the garden, take a look at our events calendar. Your visit may coincide with an event on our schedule. Thank you for stopping in, we look forward to sharing the garden with you.
Our Members are our closest friends. Your Annual $50 Membership allows us to offer diverse programming and ensures the health, growth, beauty of the garden and homestead.Read More
Thank you for choosing to visit the McLaughlin Garden! We are a non-profit garden open to the public. We rely on your donations and support to help us organize and host a free or low-cost schedule of events each season. We hope that you find as much value in our programs as we do. Please […]Read More
Dig in the dirt! Nurture our flowers! Work side by side with our horticulturalist and learn the inside scoop about how master gardeners work. Meet people by working in our gift shop.Read More
The subtitle of the Spring 2015 Coastal Home Magazine article by Therese Ciesinski entitled “The Open Gate” calls McLaughlin Garden & Homestead the state’s loveliest secret and offers an excellent overview of the history of the garden. It also offers tips from director of horticulture, Kristin Perry, for growing a number of species found here. The article also shows the beauty of the Garden through many, many beautiful photos.
Top garden to visit in Western Maine.
All who visit McLaughlin Garden & Homestead are welcome to share images in social media with #McLaughlinGarden
Families and small informal groups taking photographs for personal use may use the garden for photography free of charge for non-commercial use, as may members and volunteers. These images must be for personal use and not taken by a professional/commercial photographer.
Those seeking to photograph in the garden for commercial use should read our full policy or contact a Garden staff member before arriving.
Thank you for adhering to this policy.
(Created: May 2016/revised: January 2020)
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