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.

 January 19, 2021 - ZOOM MEETING (registration required)


Companion Planting

ZOOM MEETING -You MUST register in advance 

Instructions and link at the bottom of this page


Zoom Meeting Information

    Time: January 19, 2021 09:30 AM Central Time (US and Canada)


Registration required for this meeting.

Register in advance by clicking this link:  Meeting Registration


After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.


One registration per household only.

Angela is affiliated with The Garden Writers Association, the Louisiana Society for Horticultural Research, and California Rare Fruit Growers.  And she has written a monthly gardening advice column for the Houston Chronicle and a regional feature for Fine Gardening Magazine. She has also written for Houston House & Home and handles The Arbor Gate’s monthly blog.

Plants, like people, influence one another. Some get along better together than others. Black walnut and butternut have an antagonistic relationship with tomatoes, for example. The toxin juglans exuded from the trees’ roots is quite toxic to several plants, including those of the nightshade family such as tomato, pepper, and eggplant. Plant neighbor relationships might take several forms such as improve the health or flavor of a companion, interfere with the growth of a neighbor, or repel or trap an undesirable critter. Some companion plants may also attract a beneficial insect.