About Us

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Holiday Island Garden Club Official Flower Echinacea / Coneflower

Holiday Island Garden Club began April 19, 1995 by Paul and Blanche Spiller. “Garden of the Season” and the “Barn Landscaping Beatification Project” began shortly afterward. We continue to meet every 3rd Wednesday of each month except July, August and December.

Even if you are no longer an active gardener, you will find our field trips, speakers and fellow members as curious and intriguing as the hands-on gardeners.

Membership dues are only $15, due in January. Joining after June 30th, dues are $8.

Holiday Island Garden Club meetings are held at:
Rec Center Island Room
13 Buckskin Lane, Holiday Island, Arkansas

National Garden Clubs Introduction

Look at all of the places we’ve visited!

  • 1995 – Eureka Springs Botanical Garden
  • 1996 – Little Portion Hermitage Gardens
  • 1997 – Holland Wilk Flower Farm in Elkins, AR
  • 1999 – Eureka Springs Hidden Gardens & Spring Tour
  • 1999 – Day Lily Farm
  • 2000 – Dogwood Canyon & Tram Tour
  • 2000 – Silver Dollar City (Behind the scenes landscaping
  • 2002 – Blooms ‘n More, Hindsville
  • 2002 – Butterfly Palace in Branson
  • 2003 – Cedar Lodge
  • 2005 – Elise & Marty Roienegk Home & Garden
  • 2006 – Bear Creek Nursery
  • 2006 – Blueberry Picking at Persimmon Farm
  • 2006 – Blue Springs Garden Center
  • 2008 – Botanical Gardens in Fayetteville
  • 2009 – Sandstone Gardens
  • 2009 – Westwood Gardens
  • 2010 – Peel Mansion
  • 2010 – Garden Gate Flowers/Drake Creek
  • 2011 – Westwood Gardens, Rogers
  • 2011 – College of the Ozarks
  • 2012 – Crystal Bridges Museum
  • 2012 – Little Portion Monastery Gardens
  • 2012 – Blue Spring Gardens
  • 2012 – Blueberry Picking at Persimmon Hill Farm
  • 2013 – Nitron Industries
  • 2013 – Big Cedar Lodge
  • 2014 – Eureka Springs underground water springs
  • 2015 – College of the Ozarks
  • 2016 – C&C Aquaponic Farm
  • 2016 – Springfield, MO Botanical Gardens
  • 2017 – Botanical Garden of the Ozarks
  • 2018 – Crystal Bridges Gardens