MEREDITH — The Greater Meredith Program invites the public to view the "All-America Selections Display Garden" in front of the Meredith Public Library on Main Street. This is the 9th year that the Meredith Public Library garden has been designated as one of the more than 200 All-America Selections (AAS) Display Gardens that are grown across North America.
An All-America Selections (AAS) Display Garden provides the public an opportunity to view the new AAS winners in an attractive well-maintained setting. The garden was created in 2005 as part of the "America in Bloom" competition and earned the Town of Meredith a first place award. These gardens are dedicated to growing AAS winner plants in an attractive outdoor setting that is open to the public.
The plants are locally grown by D.S. Cole Growers of Loudon and members of the Friends of the Library garden committee gather to prepare the soil and assist in the planting with professionals from D.S. Cole Growers. During the growing season, the Friends of the Meredith Library generously volunteer their time to weed, water, and keep the garden looking beautiful for the enjoyment of the community residents and visitors.