Beautification and Community Greening is an important focus area of KPB. Click the tabs below to learn more about our beautification initiatives.
Adjacent to the Stella Roberts Recycling Center, this is a demonstration garden of native and adaptive plants.Created in 2007 with a Waste Management Think Green Grant and volunteers from the community, the Garden serves as an example of community greening utilizing easy-care landscapes, while conserving and protecting natural resources and the environment.
Adjacent to the Vic Coppinger YMCA in Pearland, the Community Garden is a new addition to our greening efforts. Our mission is to work towards building a better community through gardening. We do this by raising flower and vegetable gardens, which brings together neighbors. We create landscapes, raise food for our area hungry, and educate people about gardening, green practices, and self-sufficiency.
Awarded monthly, the business beautification award recognizes a local business, church or civic organization for their landscaping and beautification efforts.
Keep Pearland Beautiful annually host a native and adaptive tree give-a-way on the last Saturday of January. This event is hosted at the Stella Roberts Recycling Center from 9am until SOLD OUT. There is a suggested donation and two trees per household. Check back in January for more information.
The native and adaptive plant sale will take place alongside our Plant Thyme Fall Luncheon Fundraiser in October. Check back for more information.
Keep Pearland Beautiful provides matching grant support to non-profit organizations, neighborhood associations, homeowner associations, schools and school districts, and other community organizations that wish to help cultivate community pride in Pearland.
KPB's Monthly Garden Lecture are broadcasted LIVE every second Thursday of the month, February through November. Educational gardening lectures are given by and the Brazoria County Master Gardeners. Make sure to Follow @keeppearlandbeautiful for the LIVE Facebook Lecture.