Watch our September Meeting presentation!

Many sun-loving, native Texas plants are popular ornamentals because they are good-looking and can beat the heat. But what about native plants for shade gardens, wet soils or non-irrigated areas? Which plants will behave politely in the garden and which are best for wildscapes? And with plentiful, non-native nursery selections, why bother with natives at all? Betsy Marsh shares her  adventures with native plants, explains why they make a difference, and helps you find the right ones for your home garden or landscape. 

Betsy Marsh is the Conservation Education Coordinator for the Tarrant Regional Water District, a Tarrant County Master Gardener, and Grapevine Garden Club member.


The Grapevine Garden Club is an organization of men and women who enjoy gardening, sharing plants and having fun. 

We offer a common ground to build lasting friendships and to learn more about gardening, wildlife, conservation and the environment. 

Our September 2020 Newsletter is online! - Read more about the Club in our monthly newsletters. 

 Monthly Meetings 

Everyone is welcome at our meetings and programs!  Our varied and expert speakers teach us about a wide variety of gardening topics. 

In the best interest of our members, guests and the community, we have decided to cancel, postpone or move online some of our meetings, activities and events.  See our Calendar page for the latest information. 

We meet on the fourth Tuesday of the month, September - May (except luncheons in December and May which may fall on other Tuesdays.)  

We begin at 9:30 A.M. with a social time and our programs begin at 10:00 A.M.  

The coming year will be extraordinary with programs about bugs and bats, informal gardens and formal arrangements, exciting science and calming ponds, and a lovely tour of members’ gardens. 

Meeting Location    

The September, October and November programs will be presented on our YouTube channel.  More information will be distributed soon. 

President Message

Welcome to another gardening club year! When you read the description of who we are in Grapevine Garden Club and when you look at the variety of programs we offer, you will notice that we are an active group.

In the past, active engagement in an organization such as the GGC involved lots of face-to-face meetings, workshops, trips and projects. Now our lives have changed dramatically. We are in the process of planning ways our members can remain actively involved while also remaining safe and well. Our options seem endless as we consider how social distancing and technology can impact how Grapevine Garden Club meets the challenges of the interesting year ahead.

Stay tuned for descriptions of specific options for staying safe while also remaining actively involved in the GGC.

Click here to read more of President's Welcome


Membership Information

We always welcome new and returning members! The membership application can be downloaded by clicking on the membership application below. Complete the form  and send with your check to the GGC P.O. Box 811, Grapevine TX 76099    Membership application

Club Events