The Dunwoody Garden Club was organized in 1967 to promote conservation,
historic preservation, beautification and civic improvement.

Come join us for gardening programs, plant and wildlife information, plant swaps and just plain, good "dirty" fun.

Please check our news page for info on the current month's meeting: time, place, speaker, etc.

The club meets the second Wednesday of each month at 9:30 a.m., September through May, at the North Dekalb Cultural Center, The Williams Room at the Dunwoody Library.

See the News link for details of this month's meeting.

Dues are $30 per year.

The club welcomes garden friends from all areas.

We would love to have you join us for a meeting.

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"The essence of the enjoyment of a garden is that things should look as though they like to live in it."
Beatrix Farrand, American landscaper 1922

2018 - 2019 Year At A Glance

September 12, 2018
“Creating Interest in Your Garden with
New Plants and Varieties”
Wayne Juers, Garden/Landscape Specialist

October 10, 2018
“Tips and Tricks to Design Your Own Holiday Wreath”
  Daniel Tindol, Floristique

November 14, 2018
“Water Features in the Landscape”
John Kenna, Water, Color and Stone Inc.

December 12, 2018
Holiday Luncheon (No program)

January 9, 2019
“House Plants Show and Tell”
Mickey Gazaway, Pike Nurseries

February 13, 2019
“The Latest and Greatest New Hydrangea
Cultivars for Your Garden”
Gloria Ward, Past President, American Hydrangea Society

March 13, 2019
“Mother Nature’s Steel Magnolias”
Rena Sain, Georgia Cert. Plant
Professional & Master Gardener

April 10, 2019
Luncheon (No program)

May 8, 2019
YIKES---SNAKES!! Common Myths and Fostering Respect”
Linda May, Environmental Outreach Coordinator,
Georgia Department of Natural Resources

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