“On an island, off the mainland of the state of Texas, is located one of the most delightful cities to be found in America. The city is Galveston, and it contains the most extensive collections of ‘Nerium oleander’ to be found anywhere in the world. Oleanders are planted everywhere – along sidewalks and esplanades, in small gardens and large estates. Truly one would have to visit this city of floral beauty to understand why oleanders and Galveston are synonymous.”

Clarence Pleasants 1966

International Oleander Society August 2018 Meeting

Wednesday, August 29th, 5:30pm, Olympia Grill at Pier 21, Galveston

Social Time & Meeting – Bring your Parking Lot Ticket in for Free Parking Validation –

(Dutch Treat Happy Hour & Appetizers)

International Oleander Society 2018 Officers

President – Lydia Miller

Vice President – Lynette Haaga

Secretary/Treasurer – Kellye Graham

Internet Correspondent – James Nicholas

Past President – Michael Landry

Oleander Garden Park –  Michael Landry

Trustees – Donita Brannon, Betty Head, Betty Williamson


You’re Invited to Visit

The Betty Head Oleander Garden Park

 2624 Sealy Street in Galveston, Texas

Open Daily Free of Charge/Guided Tours Available

Available for Weddings, Quinceaneras, Ceremonies, Receptions, & Special Events

Save the Dates!

2019 Oleander Garden Festival Kick-off Luncheon & Silent Auction – Friday, April 26th – Watch for details!

2019 Oleander Garden Festival & Grand Oleander Sale – Saturday, April 27th at our Park