The Brookwood Community provides an educational environment that creates meaningful jobs, builds a sense of belonging, and demands dignity and respect for adults with special needs. Kingwood Garden Center is proud to provide plants grown by the Brookwood Community. Plants and flowers grown at The Brookwood Community are nurtured by citizens with disabilities with the help of fantastic horticulturists. Your purchase provides you with thriving plants, enhances the lives of these citizens who face many challenges, and supports their scholarship fund.
Forest Cove Garden Club
The Forest Cove Garden Club meets on the second Thursday of every month at the Forest Cove community center. There is a coffee at 9:30 am, and the meeting starts at 10:00. Awards for the best small and large lots in Forest Cove are awarded each month (except the winter months).
Gardenline with Randy Lemmon
Every Saturday and Sunday morning, GardenLine’s Randy Lemmon answers listeners’ questions on everything from aphids to zoysias, offering help to those both with and without “green thumbs.”
Help Lauren Learn
Close our eyes. Cover your ears. Iimagine trying to understand the world. 6-year-old Lauren is growing up in Kingwood, TX and she is deafblind. The world can be explained through an intervener’s hands. Interveners allow Lauren to be active in the community and enjoy life. Lauren’s intervener is sustaind by funderaisers and donations. Your support helps Lauren keep her intervener. Keychains and flip flops can be purchased at Kingwood Garden Center.
The Houston Chronical’s gardening website.
Kingwood Garden Club
The Kingwood Garden Club was formed in 1973. The objective of the club is to stimulate interest in floral design and horticulture; to cultivate a broader knowledge of gardens and gardening; to aid in the protection of native trees, plants, and wildlife; and to encourage civic interest in an appreciation for the work and growth of garden clubs.
Lake Houston Gardeners
The Lake Houston Gardeners Club is an organic hands-on gardening club established in 1996. The club meets the 2nd Monday of the month from September to June at the Good Shepherd Episcopal Church in Kingwood at 7pm. There are educational speakers, garden tours, refreshments and a plant exchange at every meeting. All are welcome!
The Mercer Society
The Mercer Society (TMS), a nonprofit support organization, assists Mercer Arboretum & Botanic Gardens by organizing and implementing activities that encourage membership support, expand community awareness, and raise funds for the continued enhancement of programs and collections. Show your membership card at Kingwood Garden Center and receive 10% off your entire purchase!
Sanguine Theatre Company
Sanguine Theatre Company serves as a vessel through which theatre can be made more accessible to the masses. By staging productions that appeal to audiences that do not normally consider live theatre as an acceptable form of entertainment, we intend to help cultivate a more diverse and cultured community. Audiences will be encouraged to converse in a party-like atmosphere and explore relationships with others. This will help create and maintain more interest for the arts. Our performances will be staged with the utmost care and dedication. By tapping into our resource of trusted artists, we intend to create high quality theatre that will make audience members want to come back. Performances will be designed, staged, and performed in the New York City area with the potential for expansion. We do not limit ourselves to being exclusive to our location but rather encourage productions to reach across the globe. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, national origin, color, sex, age, veteran status, or disability.
The Dirt Doctor
Howard Garrett is a landscape architect by training, with extensive experience in landscape contracting, greenhouse growing, golf course planning and maintenance and organic product development. Howard has devoted his life to establishing a leadership role in the natural organic marketplace. He provides advice on natural organic gardening, landscaping, pet health, pest control, and natural living.
Keep Kingwood Green
Keep Kingwood Green is a 501(c)(3) grass roots environmental group. A group focusing mainly on recycling issues. It’s free and everyone is welcome to join. Join our mailing list and get updates on our activities, meetings and local recycling news.