Plants and GardensMembers' articles about the plants they grow and places they've visited
unusual plants and lovely gardens
Members collected together an amazing array of plants in a display at the Christmas Party . . .
Thank you to the members who brought contributions for the display at our last meeting. I have selected two, both grasses, to tell you a little more about.
Last weekend Karin, Sue and I went off to the Cotswolds to attend the HPS Galanthus Day…
My presentation is called ‘Some grasses grown from seed’. I don’t want to explain how to grow grasses from seed but rather describe a few of my favourites,
Snowdrop mania – healthy obsession or utter madness?
Snowdrops, it seems, engender either love or a strange apathy – white blobs to some, to others their subtle variations a source of endless fascination. But when their season draws to a close a new one will begin for the connoisseurs of the lesser celandine
Winter turning into spring is one of the most evocative and wonderful times…
What non-amorous obsession could possibly lead a gardener to contemplate spending a couple of nights in February at a motel on Junction 5 of the M54?