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Upcoming Activities

Look What's Coming


Monthly Meeting

September 8th @ 9:30
N. Shallowford Annex - 4470 N. Shallowford Road

Why Native Plants Are Important in Our Landscapes by Barbara Dorfman

Barbara is a landscape consultant. Her specialties are teaching homeowners and garden clubs how to handle their overgrown landscapes and eliminate exotic invasive plants. She is an active member of the Georgia Native Plant Society, which has sponsored several of her pruning seminars, and is passionate about promoting the use of native plants in home landscape.  Barbara will draw from Doug Tallamy's "Bringing Nature Home" to explain why homeowners have a crucial role to play in the survival of native birds, butterflies and other threatened wildlife. Her presentation will include photos of native plants to illustrate how to use them in a home landscape.

Monthly Meeting

November 10th @ 9:30
N. Shallowford Annex - 4470 N. Shallowford Road

State of the Chattahoochee River by Jason Ulseth

Chattahoochee Riverkeeper, Jason Ulseth, is a Georgia native who grew up fishing and boating on the Chattahoochee River. During his childhood, he developed a love and passion for the river and our natural environment. In further pursuit of this passion, he attended the University of Georgia and earned a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Health in 2003. He then went on to work for nearly 5 years for the Georgia Environmental Protection Division and Georgia Soil and Water Conservation Commission.  Jason will discuss the work of a Riverkeeper and current issues facing the Chattahoochee including Water Wars, water pollution and more.

Monthly Meeting

January 12th @ 9:30
N. Shallowford Annex - 4470 N. Shallowford Road

Wildlife in Winter by Rose Guerra

Rose is a Naturalist/Environmental educator.  How do tiny birds survive an ice storm?  Do any local animals hibernate?  What happens to our butterflies and other insects?  How can you make your yard a winter haven?  Learn the answers to these questions and about some of the amazing adaptations that allow our local wildlife to survive our Georgia winters.

Monthly Meeting

May 11th @ 9:30
N. Shallowford Annex - 4470 N. Shallowford Road

I Do Not Care for Roses, but I Have a Lot of Them in My Garden by Chris Woods

Chris is a consulting rosarian, a strong contender in the horticulture and arrangements contests at local, regional and national rose shows and a very lazy gardener. He has been growing great roses for about 50 years, but does not like pruning, spraying, fertilizing, watering, etc. So how? Because roses are far easier than most flowering shrubs to grow, if you know how.

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Past Events

Looking Back


May 2021 Meeting
Annual Luncheon

Wednesday, May 12th

The Dunwoody Garden Club May Luncheon was held at Vintage Pizzeria.  Kudos to Betty and her team for putting on a fantastic party!  Not only did we take home garden gloves and a special DGC stenciled candle holder, but most of us also took home our leftovers from the abundant lunch along with a big "Nothing Bundt Cake" for dessert. In addition, some lucky door prize winners took home lovely centerpiece plants.  Congratulations to Allison for being awarded Member of the Year; so well-deserved after this past year!

April 2021 Meeting
Member Garden Tour

Wednesday, April 14th

A great time was had by all!  It was so much fun to be ‘normal’ again, to socialize and to see some spectacular gardens.  Everyone worked very hard sprucing up their gardens.  It was a great incentive to ‘get 'er done’.  Everyone went home with new plants from the plant exchange and what was supposed to be a light lunch turned out to be an elegant luncheon!

March 2021 Meeting

Wednesday, March 10th

John Scarpucci from the North Georgia Camellia Society gave his presentation on the history of the camellias, types, as well as planting and caring for them.