Plants and GardensMembers' articles about the plants they grow and places they've visited
unusual plants and lovely gardens
Read Peter Jacob’s report on Philip Oostenbrink’s fascinating garden.
Geraldine Fish reports on a visit to Norton Court in Teynham.
A report on a visit to a member’s award-winning garden.
A report by Jenny Gibb on our garden visit in May to Churchfield in Postling.
Jeremy Spon writes about a visit to a most unusual garden in the heart of Kent.
If you’re already sick of snowdrops, read no further. But if you’re even just a little bit interested and enjoyed hearing about the ‘Gloucester Old Spot’ then read on.
I realized I didn’t know where such a strange name originated or, in fact, very much about sarcococcas at all.
2019 is the Year of the Pig and Galanthus nivalis ‘Gloucester Old Spot’ is here to join the celebration.
Details of the plants in our Top 30
From Shaftesbury in the snow to Thenford on a sunny and spring-like afternoon – the weather could hardly have been more different as we headed for Northamptonshire on our second major snowdrop expedition of the year.
We are lucky enough to have friends living near Cambridge, which gave me the opportunity to visit the wonderful winter garden at Anglesey Abbey that is also famous for it’s snowdrops.
I ventured out on another dull, dark day last Sunday to see what I could find at Hole Park. Was it folly? Read on to find out . . .
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…