Tag: Garden Club

February Garden Club Meeting Recap

Vice President Linda Lilley presents Mr. Claud Singer with a donation to the DMGA as a gift for his presentation.

On Monday, Feb. 17, the Robson Ranch Garden Club welcomed Mr. Claud Singer, a long time Denton County Master Gardener, as their guest speaker. Mr. Singer presented a very informative slide presentation on Hanging/Vertical Gardens. He reminded the group that we, humans, have a symbiotic relationship with plants, as the plants give off oxygen and…

Garden Club Event

Theresa L. Peoples Robson Ranch welcomed local celebrity, Dottie Woodson aka the Orchid Lady, to share her knowledge about orchids with over 65 residents and members of the RR Garden Club on Jan. 20, 2020. Dottie holds up a 30-year-old Epiphyllum orchid (those that grow above the ground) called “The Lady of the Night”…it blooms…

Garden Club meeting recap

Theresa Peoples The Lone Star Room was packed on Monday, February 18 for the Robson Ranch Garden Club meeting. The club’s guest speaker was Mrs. Shirlee Singer, a Denton County Master Gardener since 2009 who has been teaching horticultural practices from Texas A&M EarthKind and design since 2011. Her presentation on Fire Wise Landscape Design…

Garden Club meeting notice

Lori Slocum The Robson Ranch Garden Club had a meeting Monday, September 17. Our featured speaker was Kent Coleman and the question and answer period was facilitated by Cathy Lustgarten. Thank you, Kent, for educating our members on common areas, golf areas and the army worm issues! Our door prize winner, Sonya Smith, was awarded…

Garden Club meeting recap

  Lori Slocum On Monday, March 19 the Garden Club had our monthly meeting. Master gardener Liz Moyer was our speaker and introduced many varieties of native plants that will thrive and flourish in our part of the state. Liz brought some asters to our lucky door prize winners! Our April meeting will be the…

Garden Club visits the Tulip Farm

  Lori Slocum On Monday, February 19 the Robson Ranch Garden Club took a field trip to see the first blooming tulip field in Texas. The Tulip Farm in Pilot Point was started four years ago by Pieter Koeman, who moved here from Holland. They grow approximately 600,000 tulips every year on their six-acre tulip…