The purpose of River Oaks Garden Club is to stimulate the
knowledge and love of gardening, to share the advantages of
association by means of educational meetings, conferences,
correspondence and publications, and to restore, improve,
and protect the quality of the environment through educational
programs and action in the fields of conservation and civic
Hi! I'm Petunia! My Pink Elephant Friends and I invite you to Houston's Oldest Rummage Sale!
Please check back at a later date for detailed information about the 26th Annual Sadie Gwin Blackburn Environmental Seminar.
Azalea is the name given to the various spectacular flowering shrubs (genus Rhododendron) of the Heath family that are in full bloom each spring in Houston, Texas. These showy flowers flourish at seven Houston locations in varying shades of pink, purple, white, and red and are a magnificent sight to behold.
Please check back at a later date for information regarding Florescence 2017.
The heavily wooded 14 acres along Buffalo Bayou include eight formal gardens. Each is unique in its own way. Three of these are named for a statue of a goddess and muse that presides over their area, Clio, Diana and Euturpe. The other gardens are named White, East, Butterfly and Carla.
The historic Forum of Civics building and gardens are available for special functions and wedding receptions. Built in 1910 and owned by the River Oaks Garden Club since 1942, the Forum of Civics building is of recognized historical significance and is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Its gardens provide valuable green space in the heart of the city and are open to the public free of charge.