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Colleyville Garden Club

P.O. Box 1302, Colleyville, TX, 76034

colleyvillegardenclub@gmail.com

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    Colleyville Garden Club

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         The Colleyville Garden Club promotes all phases of gardening and welcomes those with similar interests. 

        Founded in 1961, CGC is a federated club, part of the National Garden Clubs, Inc, Texas Garden Clubs, Inc., and district and local councils.  CGC consists of the “be’s and the wannabe’s” of gardening.  We include Master Gardeners, beginners, and every kind of gardener in between.  Some of us have prize-winning gardens and others are beginning the journey to discover what will survive and thrive in our unique growing environment. 

        We have educational and entertaining programs, hands-on workshops, and inspiring and fun-filled excursions.  We do several service projects benefiting the elderly as well as our community at large. This year will put on our biannual Promenade, a tour of some of our best gardens. 

        Please join us. 

    Welcome...

    November Program

    Famous Trees of Texas

    Wes Culwell is a Board-Certified Master Arborist, and has been involved in a study of the trees around Lake Worth since early 2011. He is in the process of producing a book celebrating the trees of Lake Worth and has teamed with local photographer,  Chuck Garrett.  Wes is the owner of HortiCare. When he’s not out studying our great trees, he’s trying to improve the health of sick trees. He is an educated, licensed and credentialed plant health care professional committed to improving plant health and care and preservation.

    Social 9:30 - 10am, Program 10am, Wednesday, November 6.

    Colleyville City Center

    Guests are welcome, there is no charge and no need to RSVP