The SMFA Garden is a collaborative space which supports local pollinators and seeks to cultivate artistic cross-pollination throughout the SMFA at Tufts community. The Garden was funded by the Tufts Green Fund in 2020 and established on campus in 2022.
You can learn more about the Garden on the SMFA website and on Michaela Morse's website, and follow #smfagarden on Instagram for updates (and use the hashtag on your own posts!). To get involved in garden projects, contact Lauren Kimball-Brown.
Gardening and Pollinators:
Native Plants and Wildflowers:
Garden containers are located on the SMFA Library balcony and the SMFA atrium balcony.
The atrium balcony is accessible daily from 8 am to 6 pm, except in inclement weather. Re-enter the atrium through the door with the black strap on the push bar.
The library balcony is accessible when the library is open. Just ask a library staff member to unlock the door for you!
The SMFA Garden includes a mix of perennial native wildflowers and pollinator-friendly herbs and vegetables.