(Field Trip Activities TBD)


  Jan 8                   Meeting:  Camellia care

                                 with Tommy Weeks from

                                 Longmire Daylily Gardens

  Jan 15               Hospice floral arranging

                                at Sharon Podolski's home

Jan 22                 Field Trip:  Museum of Natural

                                Science:  Death by Natural Causes

                                and Butterfly Exhibit.

  Jan 28              Arbor Day Tree Give Away

                               at Hughes Landing

                               10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

​  Feb 12              Meeting:  Mark Bowen

                                presents "Landscaping with

                                Native Plants to save Water"


  Feb 19              Hospice floral arranging
                                at Sharon Podolski's home


  March 12         Meeting:  Lucy Harrell gives

                                 presentation on "Container


  March 19         Hospice floral arranging
                                 at Sharon Podolski's home

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  April 9              Meeting:  Vivian Tondeur

                                presents  "Gardens of Europe"

  April 16             Hospice floral arranging
                                 at Sharon Podolski's home

April 26             9 am Trip to Kingwood Garden

                                Club Home and Garden Tour

   May 14             Spring Installation


   May 21             Hospice floral arranging
                                 at Sharon Podolski's home


   Community Service

2018 Officers


                       Author Unknown

Plant three rows of peas:
Peas of mind
Peas of heart
Peas of soul

Plant four rows of squash:
Squash gossip
Squash indifference
Squash grumbling
Squash selfishness

Plant four rows of lettuce:
Lettuce be faithful
Lettuce be kind
Lettuce be obedient
Lettuce really love one another

No garden should be without turnips:
Turnip for meetings
Turnip for service
Turnip to help one another

Water freely with patience and
 Cultivate with love.
There is abundance in your garden....
Because you reap what you sow.

To conclude our garden, we must

have thyme:

Thyme for God
Thyme for study
Thyme for prayer

Pretty Nice Garden!


Christmas Party 2018

February 12 Meeting:  Mark Brown   presents "Landscaping with Native  Plants to Save Water" 

The Woodlands Garden Club

a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization


The Hospice Group making beautiful arrangements on  January 15th..

Flowers Made by Hospice Group December 2018


Making flower arrangements for hospice groups





Clarence Bearded Iris

March 12 Meeting:  Container Gardening with Lucy Harrell


Camellias brought by Tommy Weeks.

 The Woodlands Garden Clubprovides 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.

The Club meets the second Tuesday of each month from September through May.  Unless otherwise noted, Garden Club meetings are held at:
     Shenandoah Municipal Complex
     29955 I-45 N
     Shenandoah, TX 77381
The meeting venue occasionally changes for special programs, so check website postings monthly.

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