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Austin Bonsai Society
A non-profit organization which exists to help in providing guidance and education for individuals in their desire to learn and expand their knowledge and skill in the arts of bonsai.

Austin Bromeliad Society
An association of Bromeliad growers and enthusiasts in the Austin metropolitan area. ABS is a member of the Austin Garden Council.

Austin Butterfly Forum
To promote butterfly study, conservation and enjoyment, and to promote butterfly gardening

Austin Cactus and Succulent Society
Promotes the interest, study, propagation, conservation, and public awareness of cacti and other succulents.

Austin Herb Society
Programs include maintenance of several herb gardens in the Austin area, herbal education programs in our local schools, the donation of herb-related books to local libraries, and financial and volunteer support of the Zilker Garden Center.

Austin Organic Gardeners
Sharing information about successfully raising vegetables and ornamentals (trees, shrubs, flowers, and groundcovers) without using harsh fertilizers that harm the soil and toxic pesticides that disturb the ecological balance.

Austin Pond Society
The Austin Pond Society is dedicated to the promotion of water gardening. Water Gardens provide necessary habitat for many species of beneficial insects and reptiles.

Austin Rose Society
An educational, non-profit organization dedicated to the cultivation of roses in the Austin area. We offer many educational opportunities throughout the year as well as opportunities for voluntary community service and good fun.

Capital City Cage Bird Club

The Garden Club of Austin
We distribute annually two to three $500 scholarship to college students studying Hortilcultuare. Originally chartered as The Men's Garden Club of Austin in 1953; since then have changed our name to reflect the diversity of our membership.

The Gardening Launch Pad
A great collection of over 5,000 links managed by Jim Parra

Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Research Center
Founded in 1982 to protect and preserve North America's native plants and natural landscapes, this special place exists to introduce people to the beauty and diversity of wildflowers and other native plants.

Native Plant Society of Texas - Austin Chapter
Promotes the conservation, research and utilization of the native plants and plant habitats of Texas, through education, outreach and example.

Quilombo Gardens
We are a community gardening group currently transforming part of a lot located at 5606 Harold Ct. into gardening plots. We are registered with the Sustainable Food Center.

South Austin Community Gardens
A group of gardeners from diverse backgrounds who share the common philosophy of organic gardening.

Sunshine Community Gardens
Brings together 250 organic gardeners in the heart of Austin Texas. We work in coordination with the Sustainable Food Center and the School for the Blind.

Texas Bamboo Society
Provides information on the identification, propagation, use, culture and appreciation of bamboos

Travis County Master Gardener Association
Travis County Master Gardeners Association, is not a garden club, but a service organization of certified master gardeners - trained volunteers who give their time in the community to help others garden well and joyfully in Central Texas.

Tree Folks
TreeFolks grows the urban forest of Central Texas through tree planting, education and community partnerships.

Useful Wild Plants
The definitive economic botany study for the southern half of the United States and northern Mexico.

Violet Crown Garden Club
Organized in 1924 by Clara Driscoll Sevier, the Violet Crown Garden Club is one of the oldest garden clubs in Texas. Monthly meetings at Zilker Botanical Garden.

Wild Basin Wilderness Preserve
Founded in 1974 to protect 227 acres of pristine Texas Hill Country and to provide nature education programs.

Zilker Botanical Gardens
Austin's gardening jewel. Find a garden club to join, see what gardening events are coming up.

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