Grow Peas of Mind

Believe in Dirt Therapy

Welcome Butterflies and Bees

Make Thyme for Loved Ones

Are Down-to-Earth

Love Sunny and Rainy Days Alike

Are Content with Natural Beauty

Plant Dreams

Harvest Love

Enjoy the View

Get Dirty

Remember our Roots

Squash Selfishness

Practice the Art of Soul to Soil

Turnip to Help thy Neighbor

Live Life in Full Bloom




April 26 - Kingwood Garden Club

Home and Garden Tour

May 1 - Hope Gardens Tour

 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.

Our email address is:

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Clarence Bearded Iris

Jewels of Opar

2019 Officers

The Woodlands Garden Club

a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization

April 9 Meeting:    Vivian Tondeur presents

                        "Gardens of Europe"

Mark Bowen Presentations on Landscaping with Native Plants

Verbena Plant Study

Lovely flower arrangments for Hospice Groups December 2018

Left to right:  Sherry Copeland, Vice President; Bitsey Crimson, Secretary; Betty Lahiri, President and Sharon Podolski, Treasurer

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Floral Group Flowers February 2019

March 12 Meeting

Wonderful Décor & Delectable Brunch

Jade Plant


2018 Officers

Christmas Party 2018

Camellias brought by Tommy Weeks.

Table centerpieces and décor - absolutely gorgeous.   We are grateful to Betty Lahiri for her talent and her beautiful creations .  The cuisine she chose was excellent.  She and her many helpers made this luncheon  exceptional in beauty and taste.

Making Flowers for Hospice Facilities January 2019

March 12 Meeting:  

Container Gardening 

with Lucy Harrell


  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"
                                Plant Study:  Jewels of Opar
  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

  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 1              9 am Trip to Hope Gardens

   May 14           Spring Installation

​   May 21           Hospice floral arranging
                                at Sharon Podolski's home


  Hospice floral arranging and crafts are

  tentatively set for the third Tuesday of

​  each month. 

Sept. 10             Douglas Gleason & Jamie

                                Hartwell, Mercer Botanical

​                               Garden,  Happenings - progress

                               since Harvey & volunteer 

Oct. 8                 Betty Lahiri - Group hands on

                               arrangement or baskets & more

Nov. 12             Amy Stoddard speaks about

                               Monarch butterflies

Dec. 10             Christmas Party

Jan. 14              Brandy Hill from Orchid Express

                              will talk about orchids and will

                              also bring orchids to sell

Feb. 11             Lynn Huber will give a Dish

                              Garden demonstration, after

                              which it will then be given as a                                         door  prize

Mar. 10            Tony Huffman

                              Floral/Interior Design

April 14           Gary Green of Magic Worm

                              Ranch talks about all the benefits

                              worms offer

​May 12             Officer installation lunch

February 12 Meeting - Beautiful Decor and Delicious Brunch

April 9 Meeting
Brunch and décor delicious , lovely and fun