Kingwood Garden Club

Preservation of our forest and the beautification of Kingwood
The Kingwood Garden Club was formed in 1973.

The objective of the club :

To stimulate interest in floral design and horticulture;

To cultivate a broader knowledge of gardens and gardening;

To aid in the protection of native trees, plants, and wildlife;

To encourage civic interest in an appreciation for the work and growth of garden clubs.

Special Events


Saturday, November 10, 2018 8:00 a.m.
Kingwood Library, Bens Branch Drive
Over 40 species of native trees & shrubs
Fruit trees & citrus
Many species rare & hard to find
1-5 gallon containers
Prices from $5.00 to $20.00

Wildlife Friendly!

Something for every yard
Knowledgeable gardeners on hand to help you choose


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Some of our activities are "Reforest The Forest", Caladium Sales, Christmas Luncheon, Educational Excursions, and Floral Design/ Horticulture Studies.

The Home and Garden Tour, a much-anticipated event, will take place April 26, 27, and 28th. Four beautiful homes and yards will be viewed and a Japanese Garden will also be visited and appreciated. Many devoted members will work tirelessly to make this an outstanding and memorable experience.

Club Projects

Kingwood Garden Club has an extensive and diverse list of projects we support. Projects are either directly participated in with club members acting as mentors, project managers and assistants or they are supported with monetary contributions from the club or both.

Kingwood Garden Club sponsors a youth/children gardening program which is currently being held at the Kingwood Library. The club is called the G.R.E.E.N. Club meaning Gardeners Respecting Earth’s Environment Now. Kingwood Garden Club members put on and hold periodic events during the year for youth/children in order to develop interests in our environment and in gardening.

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Do you have any questions?

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