Meeting location:  St. Basil Hall, 702 Burney Road, Sugar Land, TX

9:30 Refreshments; 10:00 am Speaker; 11:00 am Announcements/Plant Swap

Established In 1932 To Foster A Deeper Appreciation And Better Understanding Of Nature's Beauty

The mission of the Sugar Land Garden Club is to support our community through education and service in the areas of gardening and related subjects.  Continuing the tradition begun in 1932, we hold monthly educational meetings that are open to the public.  Our community service involvement includes scholarships to horticultural students, support of school gardening programs and support of national, state, and local parks and wildlife areas.

The Sugar Land Garden Club is a 501 (c)3 non-profit organization.

COMING UP

February 18, 2020

Speaker: Joan Pritchard

A Plant Lover's Tour of Public and Private Gardens of St. Kitts and Nevis

Joan is a member of the SLGC and a gardener since childhood.  She has gardened from coast to coast and from Calgary's cold prairie to San Francisco's mild climate.  She has traveled extensively throughout North America and, camera in hand, has sought out gardens everywhere she went.

Come with her on this tour through St. Kitts and Nevis. You'll see a variety of garden styles, view unique plants, and see what some familiar plants can do where they are truly at home.

April 21, 2020

Speaker:  Greg Grant

Greg Grant is the Smith County horticulturist for the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension service in Tyler, Texas and an award-winning horticulturist, writer, photographer, conservationist, and seventh-generation Texan.

He writes the popular "In Greg's Garden" column for Texas Gardener magazine and writes a monthly "Greg's Ramblings" blog. 

Greg will discuss cultural influences in Southern gardens, proven heirloom plants, and his own old-fashioned garden.

Books should be available for sale.