Come grow with us.

Membership is open to those interested in gardening. Your first meeting/program is free and then annual membership is $30.00 per year. Meetings run September through May. Membership fee will cover most meetings unless special catering or arrangements are involved. Meetings are held on the second Thursday of each month

For membership information, 

Linda Holder

Download QVGC membership form

To have a membership form mailed to you please send a request to:

Appointed Committee Chairs 2018 - 2019

Arbor Day - Becky Faust                          

Audit and Budget - Barbara Thompson and Anne McBride

Awards - Sandy Cackowski                                      


Tee Garden - Barbara Thompson

Ridgeview Park - Rose Ann Acosta

Brookwood Community - Helena Spain             

Care and Concerns - Jerre Anne Wagner

Communications - Linda Holder and Rose Ann Acosta                                                   

Houston Federation (HFGC) - Rose Ann Acosta

Holiday Lighting - Linda Holder, Linda Walker, Rebecca Randall, Charlene Randall, Anne McBride

Horticulture Table - Sandra Smith and Mali Stewart

Inspiration - Nancy Lindsay

Publicity - Rebecca Randall

Scholarships - Judy Belt, Judy Hanley, Suzy Walters and Sandra Brown

Social - Marsha Strain

Swap Table - Mali Stewart

Ways and Means -

Backyard Tour - Rose Ann Acosta, Linda Holder and Randal Bell

Caladium Bulb Sale - Barbara Thompson and Randal Bell

Silent Auction - Ann Gross and Helena Spain

Website - Randal Bell

Yard of the Month- Anne McBride, Suzy Walters, Kristy Casey Deal, Deborah Douglas

Yearbook- Shirley Renfrow, Linda Holder and Rose Ann Acosta

Master Gardeners

The following are Quail Valley Garden Club members who have completed Master Gardener Certification. Master Gardeners are members of the local community who take an active interest in their lawns, trees, shrubs, flowers and gardens. They are willing to learn and to help others and are able to communicate with diverse groups of people. What sets Master Gardeners apart from other home gardeners is their special training in horticulture. In exchange for their training, persons who become Master Gardeners contrib- ute time as volunteers, working through the Texas AgriLife Extension office to provide horticultural-related information to their communities. Feel free to contact these valuable resources to our club and community.

Penny Johnson, Andrea Needham, Barbara Thompson, Julie Evett

Master Naturalist

The following Quail Valley Garden Club member has completed Master Natu- ralist Certification. The Master Naturalist program is a natural resource-based volunteer program sponsored by Texas AgriLife Extension and Texas Parksand Wildlife Department. The goal is β€œto develop a corps of well-informed volunteers who provide education, outreach and service dedicated to the ben- eficial management of natural resources and natural areas within their com-munities for the state of Texas.”

Penny Johnson