Our February speaker, Barbara Segall, said that visiting gardens is the "nicest form of nosiness", and gave us many ideas of stunning places where we could go. Her talk was accompanied by some beautiful pictures, with examples of segments that we could make small versions of in our own gardens. Inspiration as we get closer to spring!
The March talk, from one of our favourite speakers is "History of the Cottage Garden", by Andrew Sankey. He will be including muck heaps and superstitions! And will have plants for sale - always good news.
Starting at 7.30pm, with entry at £2.50 for members and £5 for non-members. Everyone is welcome - please bring friends!
Pictures of arrangements made during our November meeting:
If you have any questions about the club, please contact Geraldine, either via email on firstname.lastname@example.org, or by phone on 01787 280134.
|Paul receiving the Shield for the Best Exhibit in the Vegetable and Fruit Sections, for his grapes, and Erica receiving the Chris Gaw Trophy for the winning the Handicraft Section, at our 2023 Show.
Peter Fisk presents Jill Armstrong with the cup for the most points in the Grown Flower section at the 2022 Show.
Annie Robinson collecting the Silver Salver from judge Peter Fisk at the 2019 Show. (One of her six trophies!)
Pat Tebbit and Michelle Worrall in the background.
The two Peter's at the 2016 Show
Look back in time to our Chelsea exhibit in May 1990.