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 October 26, 2016 Meeting

Program: Linda Neymeyer "Flower Arranging for Your Home"

Artistic Design: Barb Templin "Design Book Presentation"

Horticulture: Alycyn Culbertson "Butterflies in Your Garden"

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!!!

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Christmas Luncheon December 7, 2016
River Grill Restaurant
11:00 a.m. Arrival and Social Time
11:30 a.m. LUNCHEON Served

Luncheon Choices
Tomato  Basil Bisque
Salad Chicken Spinach
House Salad
Panko Crusted Tilapia
House Salad
Beef Pot Roast

Payment due no later than November 15, 2016
Make check out the the Bella Vista Garden Club and send to Dorothy Sandoval.
Be sure to state your food preference.
No refunds after November 30, 2016

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.

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!!!!! 


Join or renew your BVGC membership.


  • Re-arrange your garden as needed; now is the time for transplanting!
  • You can still plant fall annuals like Pansies, Snapdragons and Decorative Kale!
  • There is still time to plant your spring bulbs like daffodils. Have you gotten your "Bella Vista Daffodils? Remember to apply bone meal to Jump Start.
  • Water plants before extended periods of freezing temperatures.
  • There is still time to plant shrubs, ground covers, and trees!
  • If your plants didn’t get much fertilizer this past growing season, you can put down a slow release nitrogen fertilizer such as cottonseed meal.

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.