The Grapevine Garden Club is an organization of men and women who enjoy gardening, sharing plants and having fun. Through its monthly programs, field trips, annual plant sale, scholarship program and civic beautification projects, the club promotes interest in gardening and floral design. We offer a common ground to build lasting friendships and to learn more about gardening, wildlife, conservation and the environment.

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GGC meeting location
1209 S. Main St. Grapevine

Grapevine Convention Center

General Meetings

The club meets on the fourth Tuesday of each month at the Grapevine Convention Center, 1209 South Main Street, Grapevine, Texas. Social time begins at 9:30 a.m. and the program begins at 10:00 a.m. We do not meet in June, July or August. Guests and visitors are welcome.

Membership Information

We always welcome new and returning members! The membership application can be downloaded by clicking on the highlighted "Membership application" below, or click on the Membership application tab in the upper right hand corner. Membership application Fill it out and send your check to the GGC P.O. Box.

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Wondering if your garden has Rose Rosette disease?

Texas A & M AgriLife Extension has published a concise guide to help you determine if you have the dreaded disease, as well as additional information. Click here or go to the Learning Resources section to learn more.

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Butterfly Flutterby - Oct 20

Spring Finale

At the spring luncheon Grapevine Parks and Recreation Director Kevin Mitchell presented to GGC the prestigious Texas Volunteer Service Club Award, in recognition of 85 years of community service. Over 8,000 volunteer hours were logged by GGC members. 

The 2017-2018 GGC calendar winds down. 

Flowercade and the GGC plant sale have recently concluded. Both were great successes. Several awards were garnered by GGC members during Flowercade. The plant sale was greeted by cold winds. Nevertheless, gardeners came out and selected quality plants. 

The District II and 90th TGC, Inc. 2018 Spring Conventions have concluded. Several  awards were presented to GGC. Details to follow.  

The 2018 Spring issue of the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension newsletter published an article by County Extension Agent Laura Miller detailing the efforts led by GGC member Pam Braak to document research into potential Rose Rosette resistant varieties.

We can be proud of our commitment to carry out the GGC mission statement: "...to promote interest in horticulture, landscape and floral design; to further the protection and conservation of wildflowers and trees; to stimulate appreciation and protection of wildlife; to promote city and highway beautification; to actively suport environmental concerns; ad to encourage education in all these objectives." 

Gearing up for the 2018-2019 Gardening Season

Planning is underway for Butterfly Flutterby (Oct 20 at Grapevine Botanical Garden) - the monarch release, watermelon prep to feed the monarchs, wing stop, craft tables, science area, and sales booth. A joint venture between the city of Grapevine and the Grapevine Garden Club, it is a highly anticipated annual event to educate and thrill the youngsters (as well as the older crowd). GGC members can reserve a spot to particpate in 1 or more of the activities. Log onto the Members Only section to sign up.

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Sept - Nov 2018 Programs

General Meetings

The September 25th program, Blooms and Beyond: Year-Round Color in the Garden. Does your garden seem to have a boring downtime when it is just not pretty? Toni Moorehead, a longstanding member of our club, will be speaking to us this month on the topic, Blooms and Beyond: Year-Round Color for Your Garden. Toni, a Tarrant County Master Gardener and Texas Certified Landscape Professional, has her own landscaping business, and her expertise is well known. Go browse her blog, http://signaturegardens.blogspot.com, and check out her Signature Gardens Facebook page for a world of information about how to garden beautifully in our area.

The October 30th program, Poisonous Plants. We all know that Socrates was poisoned by Hemlock, but did you know that Hemlock grows in Texas? Since the plant resembles wild carrots or parsnips, it has been responsible for deaths of humans harvesting and consuming the roots. Beautiful but poisonous plants are often used as garden ornamentals, potted plants, and even florist flowers. So BEWARE! Barney Lipscomb from the Botanical Research Institute of Texas will share his vast knowledge of poisonous plants—especially appropriate at this frightening time of year! 

The November 27th program. Creating Public Gardens. Most agree that a stroll through a public garden is good for the soul. But how many of us imagine the planning involved in making gardens so satisfying and relaxing? Our speaker, Matt Nicolette, has been creating meaningful and memorable landscapes as a leader in the Public Garden Team at Studio Outside since 2013. We will learn the inspiring process Matt uses to design public landscapes that provide the ultimate in respite and enjoyment.


Other Special Events

Please see the Calendar page for a program description and additional listings of 2017-2018 events.