The Grapevine Garden Club is an organization of men and women who enjoy gardening, sharing plants and having fun. Through its monthly programs, field trips, annual plant sale, scholarship program and civic beautification projects, the club promotes interest in gardening and floral design. We offer a common ground to build lasting friendships and to learn more about gardening, wildlife, conservation and the environment.

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GGC meeting location
1209 S. Main St. Grapevine

Grapevine Convention Center

General Meetings

The club meets on the fourth Tuesday of each month at the Grapevine Convention Center, 1209 South Main Street, Grapevine, Texas. Social time begins at 9:30 a.m. and the program begins at 10:00 a.m. We do not meet in June, July or August. Guests and visitors are welcome.

Membership Information

We always welcome new and returning members! The membership application can be downloaded here membership application Fill it out and send your check to the GGC P.O. Box.

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Celebrating 85 Years of
Gardening and Friendships

The Grapevine Garden Club, formed in 1932 with just a handful of members, has increased to over 240 members. We continue to share our passion for digging in the dirt, our knowledge of plants and the environment, and sense of community spirit.

Main Street in Grapevine, 1932


Fall Plant Sale October 14

The GGC Plant Native – Plant Now Fall Plant Sale returns to the Grapevine Botanical Gardens Sat 14 Oct from 8 AM - 1PM. Emphasis is on nectar plants.

Plants, gardening consultants, and transport ready to go.


Butterfly Flutterby October 14

GGC, partnering with the Grapevine Convention & Visitors Bureau, is sponsoring the 20th annual Butterfly Flutterby. The theme is "the Miracle of Metamorphosis." Event kicks off at 10am with the costume parade down Main St. Activities include Monarch butterfly releases, arts and crafts, games,scavenger hunt, and science area.

More club photos may be viewed here.

September - December 2017
General Meetings

The Sept 26th program, "Residential Landscape Design," will be presented by Fort Worth Botanical Gardens senior horticulturist and author Steve Huddleston. Steve will share tips on gardening in north central Texas, addressing challenges of hot humid summers, drought, clay soil, periodic freezes.

The Oct 24th program is "Dragons and Damsels – Beautiful and Intriguing Flying Insects." Omar R. Bocanegra, Supervisory Biologist with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, will describe the life cycle and habits of dragonflies and damselflies. These brilliantly colored, beneficial insects dart across our gardens and ponds, snagging prey out of the sky.

The Nov 28th program, presented by Board Certified master Arborist Wes Culwell, "Famous Trees of North Texas – Mysteries and Histories," will bring to life historic trees. If trees could talk, what would they tell us?


Other Special Events

Gardens on View - Sep 26. View member gardens directly after the General Meeting.

New Member Welcome Event – Sep 28. Bessie Mitchell House, Grapevine Botanic Garden.

District II Fall Convention – Oct 10. TGC Headquarters, Ft Worth. 9am – 1:30pm.

Education Series – Oct 12. "The Marvelous Monarch" program by Jenny Singleton, a GGC member and monarch butterfly enthusiast. Grapevine Library, 7 p.m.

Gardeners on the Go – Oct 23. Tyler (TX) Rose Festival, tour of McClendon and Goodman LeGrand homes.

Gardens on View – Oct 24. View member gardens directly after the General Meeting.

West TX St Civic Project – Nov 7 Workday – 9 AM. Come join the group!

Workshop – Nov 8. "Meet the Trees Workshop" with Citizen Foresters, GBG. 10am

Gardeners on the Go – Nov 30. Celebrate the holidays at Jackson's Home and Garden Center in Dallas and lunch at Bread Winners Café and Bakery.

Gardeners on the Go – Dec 5-9. Fort Myers & Sanibel Island, Florida to tour wildlife and historical gardens and homes.

Please see the Calendar page for a program description and additional listings of 2017-2018 events.