Welcome to the Bella Vista Garden Club website.
If you are interested in gardening in Northwest Arkansas, you have come to the right place.

The September 28, 2016 Meeting
Program: Mayor Peter Christie - "Beautification of Bella Vista"
Artistic Design: Linda Neymeyer and Barb Templin - "Flower Drying Techniques"
Horticulture: JB Portello - "Native Plants"

Scholarship Recipients - Olivia Caillouet and Loren Anthony 

October Yard of the Month
Congratulations to Ralph & Mary Bredl! You are the October winner of the Bella Vista Garden Club YARD OF THE MONTH. Thank you for helping keep Bella Vista Beautiful!!!!! 
Next Meeting October 26, 2016

Program: Linda Neymeyer, BVGC Member - "Flower Arranging for Your Home"
Artistic Design: Floral Design Committee – “Design Book Presentation”
Horticulture: Alycyn Culbertson – "Butterflies In Your Garden"


Fall Plant Sale on Oct 1, 2016 a Huge Success
We exceeded our expectations with funds coming in at over $1600 to be used for scholarships and other projects.  

See Club Buzz for details.

Farmers Market  
BVGC will have a booth at the Bella Vista Farmers Market every 3rd Sunday for the rest of this year.
Volunteers needed to staff the booth!

Check it Out!!!

Join or renew your BVGC membership.

'Thomas Edison' Close Up

The web worms are back but don't panic.

The worms will not kill the tree unless it is totally covered and the tree is extremely stressed. Just puncture the web with a rake or pole and the wasps will take care of the worms. If the web is too high to reach, a pellet gun can work to open the web.


  • Apply winterizer on lawn areas, and pre-emergeant for winter weeds.
  • If you haven’t planted fall color such as pansies and violas, or decorative kale go for it!  
  • Get a few decorative pots of mums to put on your porch or front steps.
  • Fall is a great time for planting trees and shrubs. 
  • It’s time to plant your spring bulbs like daffodils and tulips.  Remember to apply bone meal (mixed into the soil) to jump start when planting.
  • Move your tropicals and houseplants back indoors after cleaning them up and checking for insects.

Coming Soon: A new link to the Native Plant section 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.