Organized and federated in 1972, the Club is blessed to have talented, friendly, civic-minded gardeners. The Club currently has 94 members which includes 19 Master Gardeners.
I give my pledge as an American, to save and faithfully defend from waste the natural resources of my country, its soil and minerals, its forests, water and wildlife.
Club Colors .... Green and White
Club Flower ....'Bella Vista' Daffodil
Club Tree ....... Dogwood
Club Bird ........ Eastern Bluebird
State Flower ... Apple Blossom
State Tree ...... Pine
State Bird ....... Mockingbird
State Butterfly..Diana Fritillary
State Insect...... Honey Bee
Our regular meetings are held at the Bella Vista Community Church, 75 E. Lancashire Boulevard, Bella Vista, AR.
Our meetings are scheduled with social time at 9:30 serving pastries and coffee, program at 10:00 and meeting following. The public is always welcome at our regular club meetings so please stop by and join in the fun.
Please note that In the winter months our inclement weather policy will apply. If the Bentonville schools are closed, our meetings or events will be cancelled.
Our President reports on club happenings as they unfold to keep everyone up do date on our current activities!
Watch the Club Activity Video for a great overview of the many service and learning opportunities available to our members every year.
Contact us at BVGardenClub@gmail.com.
Gardening enthusiasts learning and working together to enhance, preserve, educate and promote Arkansas and Bella Vista as a sanctuary for wildlife, natural beauty and environmental responsibility
Join or renew your BVGC Membership
The club's fiscal year is from July 1st of one year thrugh June 30th of the next year. Dues are $20 and are to be paid by June 15th for membership in the subsequent year. If joining after January 1st, click above for prorated dues amounts.
President Judy Jeffrey's Goals 2018 - 2021
To partner with and encourage others to create and maintain beauty in Bella Visa.
To invite and welcome new members to our club while creating possibilities for them to engage in committees and beautification projects.
To encourage cooperation through a team approach to club activities and beautification projects in Bella Vista.
To continue to provide scholarships to local college and university students who demonstrate the ability and willingness to pursue horticultural, landscape design, environmental concerns, botany and any other allied studies.
To understand, encourage and participate in environmental activities that promote clean living and promote conservation in our homes, outdoor living spaces and community activities.
That's one of the great feelings — to stop being me for a little while and to become us.Brian Eno