Brookhaven Garden Club:
This organization promotes gardening, conservation and learning better methods
of growing and arranging flowers. Meetings are held the third Thursday of each
month, September through May, at 10 a.m., at Brookhaven Country Club, 3333 Golfing Green Drive,
Activities: Elm Fork Nature Preserve.
Dallas North Garden Forum:
This organization is made up of 22 garden clubs in North Dallas and surrounding areas and individuals from those clubs.
The focus is on gardening, horticulture, floral and landscape design and
environmental sciences. Meetings are held the second Monday of each month,
August through May.
Activities: Supports area garden club projects, aids in conservation, and
encourages improvement of roadsides and parks.
Dallas Organic Garden Club: This club was
organized in 1993 to share the organic method of gardening through speakers,
tours, and participation in garden and nursery events. Meetings are held at 7
p.m. the fourth Thursday of each month, January though October, at North Haven
Gardens, 7700 Northaven Road.
Activities: Hosts fund raisers to pay for speakers and to make donations to
organizations such as the East Dallas Community Gardens.
Dallas Rose Society:
The Society is chartered by the American Rose Society and consists of amateur
rose growers and enthusiasts. Meetings are held at 7 p.m. the fourth Friday of
each month at North Haven Gardens.
Activities: Hosts a spring rose show.
Phone: 214-350-7023. Website:
Day Lily Grower of Dallas:
This group, organized in 1958, meets to learn about
day lilies and to promote the flowers through shows and sales. Meetings are
held at 10 a.m. on the third Saturday, September through May at North Haven Gardens.
Activities: Hosts a Day Lily Flower Show on the first weekend in June, and
spring and fall plant sales at North Haven Gardens.
Phone: 214-480-2642. Website: http://dallasdaylilies.com/
First Menís Garden Club
of Dallas: This organization, founded in 1941, is affiliated with the
Men's Garden Clubs of America. Its focus is on horticultural education,
community service, and scholarship programs. Meetings are at 7 p.m. the third Tuesday of
each month at North Haven Gardens.
Activities: Scholarships for horticultural students at Richland College and
Naaman Forest High School; community landscape project for a group home; flower
and vegetable gardening shows, monthly gardening seminars, volunteer work and
fundraisers, a plant sale at Richland College, and a garage sale.
Phone: 972-907-9911. Website:
Fleur-de-lis Garden Club of Sachse:
Meetings are held the fourth Monday of the month, September through May, at 1 p.m., at
the First National Bank of Sachse on the Murphy Road.
Forest Hills Garden Club :
This club was organized to improve members' gardens and to beautify the Forest
Hills neighborhood. Membership is limited to the neighborhood, but visitors are
welcome. Meetings are held the first Thursday of each month, alternating days
Activities: Neighborhood butterfly garden; participation in neighborhood Fourth
of July parade.
Phone: 214-327-3817. Website:
Four Seasons Garden Club :
This Lake Highlands-area club was founded in 1971. Meetings are held the second
Thursday of each month September through May.
Activities: Annual pilgrimage, biannual flower show, and party.
Good Street Baptist
Church Senior and Junior Garden Clubs :
Groups for ages 3-17 and ages 18 and up focus on horticulture, gardening, table
setting, and floral design. Meetings are held the fourth Sunday evening of each
Activities: design a memory garden; the senior group presents a flower show
spring and fall.
Greater Dallas/Fort Worth
Bromeliad Society: Meetings are held at 1 p.m. on the fourth Saturday
of each month at North Haven Gardens.
Activities: Southwest Bromeliad Guild Show and Sale.
Greater North Texas
Orchid Society :
This Society was founded in 1948 for anyone interested in growing orchids.
Meetings are held at 7 p.m. the first Friday of each month at the
Dallas Water Utilities Building, 8915 Adlora Lane. They have plants for sale at the meetings.
Activities: Orchid show and sale every 18 months, orchid auctions at July and
Phone: 972-495-4051. Website:
Ikebana International :
This organization studies Japanese flower arrangement and also incorporates
related programs on plants or pottery. Meetings are held the third Thursday
morning bimonthly September through May at Brook Hollow Country Club.
Activities: Flower shows at Irving Arts Center and Trammell Crow Asian Arts; one
field trip per year.
Phone: 214-739-8285. Website:
Kiest Oaks :
This group meets the second Thursday of the month and concentrates on Oak Cliff
Late Bloomers Garden Club :
This club is affiliated with Texas Garden Clubs Inc. Meetings are held at 10
a.m. in even months, 7 p.m. in odd months to accommodate working gardeners.
Activities: Tour of Gardens.
Les Fleurs Garden Club of
Garland : This
group, organized in 1965, is a member of the White Rock Garden Forum and the
Federation of Women's Clubs of Garland. The groupís purpose is to encourage
gardening, beautification, conservation, and study of horticulture and flower
arranging. Membership limited to 25. Meetings are held the second Tuesday of
each month September through May.
Activities: Flower planting at local park twice per year; provide Christmas
gifts for Terrell State Hospital.
Native Plant Society of
Texas, Dallas Chapter : This group aims to educate the community about
native plants. Meetings are held at 7pm the 2nd Tuesday of each month
except July, October and December. Meetings are located at REI Outdoor Equipment
store, 4515 LBJ Freeway, Dallas, Texas 75244. For information on all the Native
Plant Society Chapters in Texas check out
npsot.org or call 214-616-7759.
Activities: Maintenance of several demonstration gardens, community projects,
habitat restoration, field trips, and education.
Native Plant Society of Texas,
Garland Chapter :
This group helps preserve the blackland prairie by planting Texas natives in
their own gardens. Meetings are held at 3 p.m. on the third Sunday every other
month, January through November. Location of meeting is at Rohde's Nursery &
Nature Store, 1651 Wall St., Garland.
Activities: Bluebird Trail with six bluebird houses and a native perennial
Phone: 972-705-3546. Website:
Northwood Women's Garden
Club : The groupís
primary focus is on learning and gardening. Meetings are held at 1 p.m. the
first Wednesday of each month.
North Texas Cactus &
Succulent Society :
This organization was founded to promote knowledge of succulent plants.
Meetings are held the first Tuesday of each month (except January) at 7:30 p.m.
at 8035 Westover Drive.
Phone: 214-348-5261. Website:
Oak Cliff Woman's Club,
Garden Club Division :
This group, which consists primarily of senior citizens, focuses on community
activities, education, and beautification. Meetings are held the fourth
Wednesday of the month September through May.
Activities: Monthly programs.
Piccadilly Garden Club :
This club, organized in 1959, promotes gardening among the general public and
was recently recognized by the Irving City Council for years of civic service.
Meetings are held at 7:30 p.m., the second Tuesday of each month.
Activities: City beautification projects, and contributions to projects such as
the Texas Garden Clubs Scholarship Fund and the
Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower
Poise 'N Ivy :
This club holds meetings at 9:45 a.m. the fourth Tuesday of each month.
Activities: Horticulture programs, Meals on Wheels, recycling, flower shows.
Preston Highlands Garden
Club : This
organization focuses on gardening, flower design, and the art of decorating and
design. Meetings, which include luncheon and a program, are held the second
Wednesday of each month September through May.
Activities: Landscape improvement of neighborhood entrances, Christmas lighting,
decorating contests, and educational lectures on gardening and home dťcor.
Rainbow Garden Club of
North Texas : This
club, whose members are primarily gay or lesbian, meets at 2 p.m. the second
Sunday of each month.
Activities: Funds community projects through plant raffles and an annual yard
and plant sale.
Phone: 214-340-3258. Website:
Southwestern Fern Society :
Meetings are held the second Thursday of each month at North Haven Gardens.
Activities include trips, programs with speakers, and plant sales.