THE GARDEN CAPITAL OF TEXAS
About the Committee
The mission of the Nacogdoches Garden Capital of Texas Committee is to educate, engage and inspire Nacogdoches area citizens to become involved in beautifying their community green spaces. The Garden Capital of Texas Committee is a committee of Keep Nacogdoches Beautiful and partners with the Nacogdoches Convention and Visitors Bureau and SFA Gardens.
Garden Capital Grant
The Nacogdoches Beautification Project makes available financial assistance (from $250 to $5,000) to individuals or organizations whose community beautification projects meet the mission of the Garden Capital of Texas Committee. That mission is to educate, engage and inspire Nacogdoches area citizens to become involved in beautifying their community green spaces. Grant applications are due April 30th and will be accepted via email to email@example.com only. The application must include a written plan, budget, and timeline. Click the button below to download application.
The Garden Capital of Texas will showcase some of its most beautifully
landscaped gardens during the Tour of Home Gardens, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, May 20
and from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, May 21.
This annual event is organized by the Garden Capital of Texas Committee to highlight the work
of some of Nacogdoches’ most dedicated gardeners. This year’s tour features three private
residences, Bill Elliott, 4219 Raguet St., Sharon and Charles Bradberry, 3018 Skyline Dr., and Lisa
and Tim Rodrigues, 3930 Sir Gawain Dr.; The Cottage Wine Bar, 122 N Mound St.; and the
largest azalea garden in Texas, Stephen F. Austin State University’s Ruby Mize M. Azalea
Garden, 2404 N. University Dr.
Honor a loved one with a tree sponsorship.