'Natives in the Suburbs'
Our program will be delivered by Liz Moyer of the Denton County Master Gardeners Association and the Native Plant Society of Texas. Having lived in North Texas over forty years, Liz sympathizes with our special gardening challenges. “Natives in the Suburbs!” will explain why natives are a great choice for our landscapes, what natives will perform best here and how to include natives in a way that will keep you and your neighbors happy!
Meeting Time: 7:00pm Location: Bob Duncan Community Center 2800 S Center St Arlington, TX
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*Club meets the third Monday of each month.
Liz grew up in Central Texas near a farm her grandfather purchased in the late 1880’s, and has been a resident of North Texas over 40 years. She has been a Texas Master Gardener for nine years , a member of the Native Plant Society of Texas since the early 1980’s and is also a Citizen Forester. Liz and her husband, Pat, contribute a substantial number of plants to both the Native Plant Society and Master Gardener spring plant sales each year. She is also a quilter and coordinates Community Service for the Land o’ Lakes Quilt Guild. Liz is especially interested in bringing more native plants to home and commercial landscapes so that Texas looks like Texas!
Interested in joining AMGC? Use the Contact Us form on this web site and we will have a membership coordinator contact you. We would like to invite you to attend our next meeting! Membership Dues, Individual: National - $15, Local - $10, Total - $25/year Family: National - $23, Local - $10, Total - $33/year