Meeting Location

We meet the fourth Sunday of the month January to October at the Audelia Road Branch Library, 10045 Audelia Road, Dallas, 75238.  See map.

Growing Strong

Since 1993, the GDOGC has been promoting organic and sustainable gardening methods. Come be a part of a fun and informative club.

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Welcome to the home of the Greater Dallas Organic Garden Club online!

NOTICE:  Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic and social distancing guidelines GDOGC meetings are temporarily postponed until further notice.  Check back or watch your emails for updates and announcements for vitural meetings.

Our website is a place for anyone interested in organic gardening, eco and sustainable living to find and share information and events centered around these topics. We meet the at the Audelia Road Branch Library, 10045 Audelia Road, Dallas, 75238.     2:30 refreshments, 3pm meeting start.

 

 

OUR APRIL 2021 GDOGC ZOOM MEETING

Colorful tomatoes of different sizes and kinds

 

We may have our tomatoes plants in for our summer crop but it's not too early to be prepared and plan for Autumn tomatoes.  Callie Works-Leary of The Dallas Garden School and her website The Dallas Garden  will  give us a presentation on growing fall tomatoes.

Please join us Sunday, April 25, 2021, at 3pm for this Zoom presentation.  To receive an email invitation consider joining the GDOGC.  Go to https://www.gdogc.org/join-membership.html for more info on becoming a member.

There will  be a short GDOGC business meeting to cover announcements and other club info prior to our speaker's talk.  

Callie Works-Leary is the founder of The Dallas Garden School and a certified Texas Master Gardener. With more than 15 years of experience in professional and personal gardening, Callie specializes in edible gardens, perennial gardens, and plant propagation. Callie’s professional experience includes design consulting, propagation of greenhouse tropicals, and a research internship under Jimmy Turner at the Dallas Arboretum. She holds an undergraduate business degree from Skidmore College, a masters degree in business administration from Southern Methodist University, and is certified in native landscape design.