FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
March 14, 2012 . Wellesley, MA Massachusetts Horticultural Society in partnership with Weston Nurseries will introduce a new membership benefit at the Boston Flower and Garden Show. Beginning on March 14, 2012, new and renewing members will receive an additional benefit from Weston Nurseries: a $25 gift certificate redeemable at Weston Nurseries in Hopkinton and Chelmsford.
Membership in the Massachusetts Horticultural Society helps to support the work of the Society and its public gardens at Elm Bank. Benefits include flower show ticket (s), a $25.00 gift certificate to White Flower Farm (redeemable online, via telephone, or at the store), 10 percent discount at over 70 Massachusetts nurseries, partner program with local public gardens, twelve issues of our online newsletter, Leaflet, and two magazine subscriptions: Organic Gardening and Garden Design
"Weston Nurseries is very pleased to partner with the Massachusetts Horticultural Society to the benefit of new members and those members who renew their memberships." said Peter Mezit, President of Weston Nurseries. "Many people who are members of Mass Hort are similar to our customers. They are very interested in plants and horticulture and want to learn more. Mass Hort members who shop with us tell us that they come here for the variety, selection, size, and knowledge of plant material. By offering a $25 gift certificate, we will make an even stronger connection with their membership and give members a great experience when they come here."
"Mass Hort is very excited to partner with Weston Nurseries and offer an additional benefit to our members, noted Katherine Macdonald, President of Mass Hort, "We encourage our members to shop with nurseries that have the horticultural expertise to help with our mission of educating people about plants and the environment."
About Weston Nurseries
Weston Nurseries is located 25 miles west of Boston at 93 East Main Street (Route 135) in Hopkinton, Massachusetts. Since 1923, they have been known by homeowners and trade professionals for their exceptional trees, shrubs, and perennials, including their own introductions of azaleas and rhododendrons. Their staff offers sound horticultural advice and landscape design to help our customers beautify their landscape, enhance their lifestyle, and increase the value of their home. Last year, they opened a second garden center on 160 Pine Hill Road, Chelmsford, MA.
About the Massachusetts Horticultural Society
Founded in 1829, the Massachusetts Horticultural Society is dedicated to encouraging the science and practice of horticulture and to developing the public's enjoyment, appreciation, and understanding of plants and the environment. We deliver our mission in exhibit halls, the class room, and the Gardens at Elm Bank.
Located on 36 acres in the historic Elm Bank Reservation, our horticultural education center provides a place where people of all backgrounds can come together for inspiration and education. Our public gardens, The Gardens at Elm Bank, are a place of beauty, discovery, quiet reflection, and appreciation of garden design. Massachusetts Horticultural Society is a 501 ( c) (3) not-for-profit organization.
Contact: Katherine Macdonald , President, Massachusetts Horticultural Society,
Peter Mezitt, President, Weston Nurseries, Inc.,ph: 508 293 8026,