Gardening Tutorials

The Time To Prune by Toni Moorehead speaking at the REC on February 21, 2019. Click here to watch the program.

City of Grapevine Parks and Recreation (PARD)

The Grapevine Club and PARD have been long time partners in sponsoring gardening classes for adults and youth and docent led tours through the Grapevine Botanical Garden. Check out their website for upcoming classes and events. Check out their website for dates for their ECO classes.  

Keep Grapevine Beautiful (KGVB)

KGVB and The Grapevine Club work together on volunteer projects. KGVB has educational opportunities as well. Check out their website for upcoming volunteer opportunities and their ECO Talks.

Texas Master Gardeners 

Many members of the Grapevine Garden Club are also Tarrant County Master Gardeners (TCMG), Master Naturalists, Master Composters and Citizen Foresters.  And many of GGC members have certified Backyard Wildlife and Butterfly Habitats. These members share their knowledge and expertise during meetings and are a valuable learning resource to the Club.  Check out these links for more information about these organizations. 

Tarrant County Master Gardeners Association 

Texas Master Naturalist 

Citizen Forester 

Grapevine Garden Club Forum

The April 23, 2019 program at the GGC General Meeting was a Forum in which the membership shared its collective knowledge. A synopsis of each topic can be accessed by clicking on the topic title below.

Birding Resources 

Attracting Winter Birds 

Remembering Part 1 by Ray Chancellor

Remembering Part 2 by Ray Chancellor

Remembering Part 3 by Ray Chancellor

Plant Information

Blooms and Beyond: Year-Round Color for Your Garden

GGC Fall Favorite Blooming Plants 

Iris care

Identifying Rose Rosette Disease

Drought Tolerant Plants

Tree Information

Protect our Native Trees

Emerald Ash Borer

Butterfly Information

Butterfly and Backyard Habitats

Flowers for Butterflies and Hummingbirds

Texas Native Plants for Monarch Butterflies

Seed Catalogue

Club members collect and exchange seeds during each monthly meeting.  They share success/lack of success with seeds shared at the Seed Table. A Seed Catalogue of available seeds is maintained by the Club. 

Creating Habitats 

Backyard Wildlife Habitat Information

Youth Gardening

A Kid's Guide to Gardening