Welcome to the Garden Club of Chappell Hill, Texas

The Chappell Hill Garden Club was established in 2008 to provide an informal forum for local gardening education, friendship & beautification of the community of Chappell Hill.

Meetings & Activities

Regular meetings are held on the 2nd Wednesday of each month from 10:00 AM - 12:00 noon, in the Fellowship Hall at the First Baptist Church of Chappell Hill, at 9120 Poplar Street.

We also take field trips to places that are of interest to our members, have educational speakers, and create fountains, garden art other local projects.

UPCOMING MEETINGS: (Wednesdays, unless noted)

April 16 . . . plant swap & picnic
May . . . see field trips
June 11 . . . workshop:
        make a butterfly house
July 9 . . . naturalist speaker
August . . . fundraiser
Sept . . . TBA
Oct . . . see field trips
Nov 13 (Thursday) . . .
        Janice Wick's workshop:
        make a della Robbia wreath
Dec 10 . . . Christmas party!

SCHEDULED FIELD TRIPS:

  • Wednesday, MAY 14th: members' garden tours details TBA
  • Wednesday, OCTOBER 15th: Peckerwood Garden, Hempstead and lunch at the BB Herb Cafe departure TBA

NEXT WEEDING DAY:

Thursday, April 3rd . . . 5:00 pm
at the Chappell Hill Post Office

Bring your garden tools & a smile!

We invite you to join us:

Application form
(146 PDF opens in a new tab or window)

Welcome
to our new member!

Betty Fogarty

dragonfly
batik flowers

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Saturday AUGUST 2, 2014 10 a.m. til 2 p.m.

"Light Up Your Beds With Bulbs"

PRESENTER:
Margaret Cherry, of Abbot-Ipco

Margaret's bio

LOCATION:
W.J. "Bill" Rankin Agricultural Complex
Blinn College

1409 Old Mill Creek Road, Brenham
(Room 109, 115, and in the Pavilion)

Bulbs may be ordered at this event
for delivery at planting time

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Featured Plant

Bluebonnet

Lupinus texensis

Bluebonnets in bloom

The shape of the petals on the flower resembles the bonnet worn by pioneer women to shield them from the sun. Now is a good time to plant bluebonnets in your garden!

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