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Regular Monthly Meeting

September 4 - "LEMON TREE GARDEN and TRUST" - Our own local celebrity, Stephanie Hunt, has dedicated her life to providing gardening initiatives in refugee communities as a way to restore dignity, purpose, and cultural identity, bringing people together through the provision of seeds and plants, garden competitions, and education centres.  This year, their refugee-inspired garden was showcased at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show in London and won an award. There's so much more to see and hear - please don't miss this spectacular story.

Presenter: Carrie Perkins, Director of Operations

Service in Action

September 6  - HERITAGE FARMSTEAD MUSEUM FARMFEST" -  Prepare wreaths for the Farmfest and Fall Festival.  Meet at the Young House.  Volunteer time from 10 a.m. to Noon.

Dallas Council of Garden Clubs


Presenter: Andrew Demier, Urban Farms, Director at the Garden in Fair Park

Garden Spaders

September 12 - "Bush Library Grounds" - Join us for a relaxing stroll through the beautiful Bush Library Gardens.  Their perennial gardens are a sight to behold.  We'll eat lunch at the outdoor café if it's not too hot.  Otherwise, we'll dine at Café 43.  Those who are interested can enjoy touring the library after lunch (there is a small entry fee).  Meet at St. Marks at 9:00 am

Creative Designers

September 18  - Join us as we study Abstraction!  Two guest speakers, Kathleen Johnson and Patti Brown both Master Judges, will instruct us in leaf manipulation and other techniques to create an abstract design. Bring a creative container and line material.  Please RSVP to Arlene so we can purchase an appropriate number of plant materials.  This event will be held from 9 a.m. to Noon.

NGC Flower Show School

September 18 - 20  - "COURSE II" -  This course will be held in Houston, TX

Service in Action

September 22  - "GREAT AMERICAN CREEK CLEAN UP" – Cleanup will be on White Rock Creek along Preston Road between Hedgcoxe and Legacy.

NGC Landscape Design

September 24 - 25  - "STUDY COURSE 1" -  This course will be held in College Station, TX

Service in Action

September 25  - "Girl Scout Environment Youth Project"     


Theme for 2018-2019

"Adventures in Gardening, to Inspire Our Souls

Motto: A Flower Garden for Every Yard

Motto 2017-2018

PGC Scholarship

If you are a college sophomore majoring in a field pertaining to horticulture or the environment then you might be eligible. 

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