Organic Gardening


Our May Program

GDOGC May Monthly Speaker “Virtual” Meeting
C.A. Hiscock – I’ve Moved to Texas, Now What?!
Important Note: While the Audelia Library re-opens on May 1, new State rules allow only for greatly reduced Library and Auditorium attendance. And social distancing and face masks continue to be the safety protocol.
So, for your health and well-being, the May Speaker Meeting will again be “virtual” and in a similar format to last month’s.

Emails have gone out to all members with a PDF of the C.A. Hissock's presentation.

If you’re used to gardening elsewhere…you’ve discovered gardening is different in North Texas!
Dallas Master Gardener and Master Naturalist, CA Hiscock, will help us solve for the unique challenges of gardening in North Texas. She’ll address the soil, mulching, watering, weeds, pruning, maintenance, and plant selection – all from the point of view of gardeners new to North Texas. And at the same time, provide helpful information to even seasoned DFW gardeners.


CA spent her first four and a half decades in New Jersey, the Garden State. She was surrounded by people growing flowers and vegetables, and spent her time outside in gardens, and on farms and in forests. When she moved to Texas in 1995, she was surprised to find how hard it was to get plants to grow in black clay soil. Master Gardener training was the beginning of learning how to cope with Texas conditions. To further her studies, she took classes at Richland Community College (when there was still a horticulture department) resulting in an associate degree in Ornamental Horticulture.
She enjoys working-not too hard- in her own garden and has also spent the last few years establishing and maintaining butterfly and bee habitat on the grounds of her church on Belt Line Road, in Richardson.  She has volunteered at the State Fair in Texas Discovery Gardens for almost twenty years.