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   Welcome To The Southlake
        Perennial  Garden Society

Southlake Perennial Garden Society is a non-profit 501 C3 organization in Southlake, Texas.  We are dedicated to educating our members and the community on gardening topics specific to North Texas.  Our purpose is to promote, encourage and share practical and responsible gardening techniques with other gardeners encouraging the implementation of native and adapted plants and perennials in the suburban Texas landscape. 


As a non-profit  organization focused on education, we use the funds raised from our biennial Garden Tour to educate the community, provide school grants for garden education with hands on experience and proudly sponsor the Butterfly Release at the Southlake

Monarch Butterfly Festival, September 28, 2024  

In support of Monarch Watch, you can participate in the community science project of the butterfly flight, go to and submit your recovering butterfly data in the Monarch Watch website.  

Sunday  May 19th  10 AM-4 PM

Ticket Information

Tickets available at  Tour homes
between 10AM-4PM”

Tickets are $25 each and can be purchased via Cash or Zelle on site.

Purchase at: Garden #1- 1508 Moss Lane

Or Garden #5- 1345 Woodbrook Court

Tickets non refundable*

Ticket Details  on Garden Tour Page


Advanced Online Tickets can be picked up on the day of the tour at: 

1. Morrison Garden-

1508 Moss Lane


 2. Fredrick Garden-

1345 Woodbrook Court

Southlake Garden Tour, Sunday, May 19th, Tour Hours: 10AM-4PM

Please take a photo or capture this information for the day of the tour, for your ticket pickup. 
Thank you for supporting The Perennial Garden Society! Enjoy the Gardens! 

Platinum Sponsors For 2024

AllScapes Inc.    

Salad and Go

Green Acres Nursery and Supply

Texas Green House

Flower Ranch

Sunstone Pools and Outdoor Living

Southlake Annual Monarch Butterfly Festival

September 28th 2024

​Each year, Southlake PGS sponsors the Monarch Butterfly Release.  Together with the City of Southlake we purchase the butterflies. PGS maintains them and coordinates the tagging event.  This is part of the University of Kansas Science Research Project called "Monarch Watch".  This enables the University to learn about Monarch migration patterns.  Along with the City of Southlake, PGS helps the children release the butterflies to the delight of everyone.  ​For more information go to City of Southlake website.  

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