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The Club’s mission is to stimulate the knowledge and love of gardening and to protect the quality of the environment through programs and action in the fields of education, conservation, and civic improvement.
The Houston Club, founded in 1938, has been affiliated with the national organization, Men’s Garden Clubs of America, since 1941. National is located in Johnston, IA. A National Convention is held each year hosted by one of the affiliated clubs in their own city. National is divided into regions of which the Houston Club is affiliated with the Southwest Region. A Region Conference is held each year, and in addition there are two board meetings each year. These are held in various cities in the region (Texas cities as we are the only state in the region with affiliated clubs) hosted by that particular club. The Houston Club is the oldest affiliated club in Texas. All members are welcome and are encouraged to attend the National Convention and Region Conference and regional board meetings. The Southwest Region elects two National Directors to represent the region on the National Board.
A lot of work has gone into 50 years! As a result we continue to have an active and dedicated group who will tackle projects for Texas Garden Clubs, Inc. National Garden Clubs, Inc., and our own Heritage Gardeners, Inc.
The Woodlands Garden Club provides educational programs, sharing of experiences and interests, friendships, attractive opportunities for field trips, and community service. The club is open to all garden lovers in the greater Woodlands area which includes Montgomery County and North Harris County.
Member of The Garden Club of America, River Oaks Garden Club was founded in 1927 and has made many contributions to the Houston community in the areas of conservation, horticulture and civic beautification.
All men and women with an interest in gardening are invited to visit or join our club.
Our meetings are on the first Wednesday of each month from September through
April at the University Baptist Church at 16106 Middlebrook.
The Houston Orchid Society meets at the First Christian Church 1601 Sunset Blvd Houston 77005 on the first Thursday of each month at 7:30 PM.
The Houston Rose Society meets on the second Thursday of the month at Cherie Flores Pavilion in Hermann Park, Houston, Texas (except for the December dinner party). We don’t read the minutes of the last meeting and we don’t have arguments about Robert’s Rules of Order. But we do have great programs (and refreshments). Come join us.
American Hibiscus Society Space City Chapter
The purpose of the American Hibiscus Society, one of the larger specialized plant societies, is to encourage and promote the development and improvement of hibiscus and to collect, record and pass on information concerning hibiscus. It is a non-profit organization with headquarters in Venice, Florida.
The Houston Cactus and Succulent Society is a group of people interested in the study, cultivation, conservation, and just plain enjoyment of desert plants.
You are invited to join the Houston Pond Society. Organized for those of us who enjoy
- water plants
- and everything else related to ponds
Since 1964, members of the Nassau Bay Garden Club have volunteered their time and talents to several continuing projects in our City, and have participated in community and local events that support the purpose of our club which is to encourage interest in all phases of home gardening and to promote better horticulture practices, civic beauty, and conservation of natural resources
The purpose of HUG is to fully support Houstonians growing their own food and eating more fresh local produce. We do this with timely presentations at monthly meetings, an informative website (www.HoustonUrbanGardeners.org), a free, content-packed monthly e-newsletter, a Twitter and Facebook page, and a yearly home garden visitation event. To foster neighborhood interactions at every meeting, a large basic map of Houston divides the city into 5 zones. Name tags are color-coded to each of the five areas. In this way attendees have been able to find people in their part of this large city and sometimes to share the work load of growing vegetables.
Any person showing special interest in growing, using or studying herbs may apply for membership in the Unit. A prospective member must attend at least three meetings as a guest, either with the Day Group or the Evening Group, and at least one Unit-sponsored garden workday with a minimum of two hours participation. These activities must fall within a period of twelve consecutive months. After this time, you may apply for membership in the Unit.