Club Information



Learn more about gardening in Columbia, Missouri.  The club offers informative meetings featuring local experts on a wide range of topics.  Educational field trips and garden tours are organized by the club. Together with the Columbia Public Library, the club sponsors an annual Winter Garden Forum for the community.

The Discovery Garden Club is open to all. Annual dues are: $15 for an individual, $20 for a family.       
 
Meetings are held the Second Monday evening of the month (except December) from 6:30 to 8:00 PM at the Missouri Cattlemen's Association Building, 2306 Bluff Creek Drive, Columbia, MO

Questions? Contact us at  discoverygardenclub@gmail.com

Hope you can join us!

              2019 Meeting Schedule                                    
January 27         Winter Garden Forum*
                            (Columbia Public Library)

February 11       "Honeybees," John Williams 
                            PLUS Pizza Party

March 11            "Edible Native Plants," Nadia
                             Navarrete-Tindall         

April 8                Plant Sale Planning Meeting

May 11               Friends & Family Plant Sale

May 13               "Growing Succulents in Pots,"
                            Carol Gasperson

June 10               "Tree Diseases," Nick Sande

July 8                  "European Gardens
                            by Meg Milanick

August 12           "Autumn Containers," Alice
                             Longfellow         

September 9       Annual Picnic and Plant Exchange*
                            (Stephens Lake Park)

October 14         Book Discussion: "Second  Nature" 
                            by Michael Pollan

November 12     Annual Pizza Party   

December           No meeting   

* Meetings held at a different location

2016 Plant SAle
2016 Plant Sale


Upcoming Events      


Friends and Family Plant Sale
Saturday, May 11, 2019,  8-11 am
Missouri Cattlemen's Association Building
2306 Bluff Creek Drive
(lower level, around back)





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