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 in-person meetings are temporarily postponed until further notice.  Check back or watch your emails for updates and announcements for Zoom 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 MAY 2021 VIRTUAL PROGRAM

Returning to present one of his informative talks is the popular North Texas Master Naturalist, Randy Johnson.

Please join us Sunday, May 23, 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.

Randy's topic will focus on the effects on our landscape plants from the Arctic Blast in Feburary and suggestions for the best native or adapted replacement shrubs and perennials to enhance our gardens.

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Randy Johnson graduated from Texas A&M University with a degree in Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences.  His business, Randy Johnson Organics, offers native plants and seeds for sale as well as offering on-site environmental consultations.  His numerous presentations include informative talks on such subjects as Native Plants, Milkweed, Soil Biology, Composting, Pollinator Conservation, and Edible and Organic Horticulture.  Randy was formerly the Horticulture Manager at the Dallas Zoo and the Director of Horticulture at Texas Discovery Gardens.  Randy is a board member of Peckerwood Gardens in Hempstead, Texas, and is the Garden Consultant for the Lake Highland Community Garden.  He has served as the President and Vice President of Native Plants Society of Texas.

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As always, there will be a short GDOGC club business meeting prior to our speaker's presentation.