We are excited to start a new club year, our 28th. That’s right, we’ll be celebrating the 30th anniversary of The Woodlands Garden Club in 2024. Mary Barnes and Sharon Podolski were ceremoniously designated as Founders of the club at the September board meeting. Congratulations!
“Stop and Smell the Roses” is President Bitsey Crismon’s theme for 2022-23. She encourages everybody to experience and enjoy the world surrounding them.
Vice President Katherine Plenger has arranged great speakers for the monthly meetings, and following the success of the member garden tour we have decided to hold the annual Installation of Officers during the tour in May ’23.
Monthly meetings take place at the Shenandoah Municipal Complex and we’re planning fun field trips and tons of activities. Members are invited to bring a plant or seeds from their garden for the horticulture table at the meetings.We appreciate our members’ input and look forward to hearing your ideas. We also meet once a month to create small flower arrangements for hospice patients in The Woodlands.
The Fall Plant & Crafts sale on Saturday, October 15th and the Spring Plant Sale (date TBA) will both be at The Woodlands Farmers’ Market at Grogan’s Mill.
Look for emails from The Woodlands Garden Club along the way and we would love to hear from you too: do you have a story about a plant in your garden? Send us a picture of what you’re loving in your garden right now!
Stay well and keep in touch. If you need help, contact one of our board members or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The purpose of the club shall be to stimulate the knowledge and love of gardening, conservation, horticulture and design; to encourage and promote civic interest in the attainment of these objectives and to pursue these goals in harmony with nature.