Quail Valley Garden Club Annual Spring Plant Sale

Saturday, May 1st • 10 am – 3 pm
Tee Garden • 2880 La Quinta Drive in Missouri City

We can all agree our gardens and yards just couldn’t look worse – thanks to Winter Storm Uri – that unprecedented, week-long artic freeze that Texas just experienced.  The word from experienced gardeners is to be patient – time will tell what lived and what didn’t. But for many of us we will be looking to replant as soon as possible and the Quail Valley Garden Club’s (QVGC) May 1st Annual Spring Plant Sale can’t come soon enough.

QVGC’s Annual Spring Plant Sale is set for Saturday, May 1st, from 10 am to 3 pm at the quaint Tee Garden (across the street from the City Centre at Quail Valley in Missouri City). In addition to beautiful caladiums, colorful spring flowers and plants, this festive-feel event will offer ample free parking, hourly featured attractions, give-aways, complimentary lemonade and iced tea and raffle prizes adding up to the whole event being family-friendly and fun for all.

Plants for sale will include colorful annuals and perennials, specialty plants that display well in sun or shade, hanging baskets, vegetables, fragrant herbs and charming garden items among other garden related things.

Some of the featured 30-minute attractions:

  • Home composting made simple, by Kathy Saucier
  • Transforming old pots into designer plants, by Sandy Cackowski
  • Gardening for kids, by James “Boone” Holladay  (Fort Bend County Extension Office)

Raffle tickets will be sold for garden items and the winners will be announced at the conclusion of the event at 3 pm by Missouri City Council Member and community and civic volunteer Lynn Clouser.

Prizes are:

  • Yard spinner
  • Decorative yard pole
  • Dog and butterfly garden statue
  • Whimsical windmill

For the past three years, the iconic QVGC’s veteran and novice gardeners have held this memorable Annual Spring Plant Sale benefitting the Garden Club and their many member and community service beautification and improvement programs and projects. Established in 1972, QVGC boasts its mission on beautifying and growing a better community.

Its fundraiser events generate funds for scholarships and community projects. It also showcases the club and its role in the community at its annual event when it sells a vast array of beautiful, healthy and reasonably priced plants that grow well in this area.

For more information on the annual spring plant sale,
visit www.quailvalleygardenclub.org.