What We Do

Formed and federated in 1949, the Club is one of the oldest all-volunteer organizations in the City of League City, Texas, the “City of Oaks.” The Club funded and obtained a State Historical Commission Landmark plaque for League Park in 1981.

League City Bicentennial activities (1976):
  • The League Park Bicentennial Bandstand was spearheaded by the Club, which obtained the blueprints and raised funds for its construction. The bandstand was dedicated on July 4th, 1976.
  • The Club planted 200 Oak and pine tree seedlings throughout the city, that same year.

The Garden Club is a non-profit organization where all members and officers are volunteers. As a non-profit, we gladly accept public donations.

Stimulate the love of gardening.
Study horticulture.
Study flower arranging.
Encourage home and community beautification.
Encourage conservation of natural resources.
Protect native birds.

Club Theme: Happy gardening: wildflowers, trees, birds, butterflies, and bees.
Activities we do:
  • Host monthly educational programs, field trips and other social events
  • Engage & support members in gardening projects
Annual activities:
  • Hold the annual Fall Garden Walk – a tour of private and public gardens around the City
  • Celebrate Arbor Day
  • Decorate the town’s gazebo at Christmas time, in conjunction with the Parks and Recreation Department
  • Raise money for the League City Police Department’s Blue Santa Program
  • Award scholarships to  local high school students
Ongoing community projects:
  • Support community gardens at League City schools in the Clear Creek ISD
  • Create Christmas flower arrangements for residents in assisted living facilities
  • Present Garden of the Month awards to homeowners and businesses
  • Plant wildflower areas around the city, in conjunction with the Streets Department
  • Educate and participate in conservation activities
  • Develop educational materials for the web site
  • Support the Dr. Ned and Fay Dudney Clear Creek Nature Center