Kingwood Garden Club welcomes new members (from top): Debbie Bryant, Amy Wilcox, Carol Sue Stanley, Mary Allison, Donna Zapatka, Connie Shifferd, Cindy Mersereau and Carmen Beznir. 

The Kingwood Garden Club held a Welcome Coffee recently at the home of member Valerie Best. Board members explained the purpose of the club and invited guests to enjoy the various upcoming events  the club offers. 

"Gardens and flowers have a way of bringing people together" is a quote that expresses the very heart of Kingwood Garden Club. Their members love nature and the splendor that surrounds them. They share with the community while striving to protect and maintain gardening's beauty through conservation.  “Planting our Garden, Community, Commitment and Conservation" are the cornerstones which guide this large   group of men and women. 

Monthly meetings include speakers and demonstrations on various topics, such as "Mastering Your Garden," "Effortless Elegance in Nature," "Attracting Butterflies,” "Floral Design," "When to Call an Arborist," and "Growing Plants Where They Don't Want to Grow.”

A trip to the Lady Bird Wildflower Center in Austin is planned. Educational excursions, an Arbor Day project and a trip to Peckerwood Gardens in Hempstead is also planned. Symposiums, pilgrimages to Austin State University, tours of azalea gardens, a trip to the Lone Star Olive Ranch in Madisonville, and other events have been offered.

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