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If you are interested in gardening in Northwest Arkansas, you have come to the right place.

The October 26, 2016 Meeting

Program: Linda Neymeyer - over the top (what else!) demonstration  on "Flower Arranging for Your Home"

Artistic Design: Barb Templin "Design Book Presentation"

Horticulture: Alycyn Culbertson - "Butterflies in Your Garden" a beautiful presentation (using our new projector) on how to attract more butterfly's to your garden featuring stunning photo's taken in her own back yard. 

There was also a celestial visit from God, St. Frances and Sister Catherine (not really just wanna be's).
St. Francis explained why God sees so much grass and what we do with leaves in our garden.
Christmas Luncheon 
River Grille Restaurant
11:00 a.m. Arrival and Social Time
11:30 a.m. LUNCHEON Served

Next Regular Meeting 
January 25, 2017

Program:  Staci Elkins, Birdsong Gardens - "Growing Arkansas Native Plants"
Artistic Design:  Floral Design Committee – 
“Flower Arranging” 
Horticulture:  Mary Doyle – "Northwest Arkansas Experienced Gardeners' Tips"

We need your nominations for a Yard of the Month!!!
CLICK HERE for the rules.
December Yard of the Month
Congratulations to Al and Georgia Yanik! You are the December 2016 winner of the Bella Vista Garden Club YARD OF THE MONTH. Thank you for helping keep Bella Vista Beautiful!!!!! 

Bella Vista Daffodils planted by Trustees at the American Legion
Full story in Club Buzz.


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Dogwood Tree sets it's buds in the fall
  • Remove those leaves!  Leaving leaves on lawns can cause the grass to thin out.
  • Now is a great time to lime!  Check the pH of your soil and amend as needed.
  • Feed your feathered friends!  Birds could use a little extra food now.
  • Time to select Christmas trees, wreaths, and poinsettias!
  • Need a little heat? Chimineas and firepits are great outdoor-gathering features.

New Link:  Houseplants - ASPCA - This site lists Toxic and Non-Toxic plants that can affect your dogs, cats or horses.

New Link Now Available (in Beta Testing): Native Plant Finder that lists native plants specific to your area and the caterpillars that use them as host plants based on the research of Dr. Doug Tallamy.