May 2022 Garden Tour

The next GCMGA Garden Tour titled: "Gardening for Beauty and the Environment," will be held on Saturday, May 14, 2022, from 10 - 4.  Six gardens will … Read More

Pioneer Species: Part 2 – Green Mulch Conquers Weeds

Pioneer species are the first plants to establish in an area after a disturbance. The disturbance may be a fire, a flood, a tree uprooting the soil as it falls, a tractor tilling the ground, or a … Read More

Upcoming Events:

Dr. Tim Smalley, Josiah Meigs Distinguished Teaching Professor Emeritus, UGA, is our featured speaker for our 11:30AM meeting at Bethesda Senior Center on February 21.  Dr. Smalley will discuss his project to document the Significant Trees of Georgia.  These are trees with historical and horticulturally significance. Trees in public and private land. A horticulturally significant tree is unique species or is an outstanding specimen for the locale. A historically significant tree is associated with a historical site or has “witnessed” a historical event. Bring your sack lunch and drinks will be provided.