I imagine that most of our members have at least one rose in their gardens . . .
The genus Clematis had quite a few votes but which one made it onto the list?
The countdown’s underway with Number 30.
In the town of Shaftesbury something amazing happens each year in February.
Taking a slight detour to see the snowdrops at Welford Park in Berkshire.
Four Kent Group snowdrop enthusiasts set off westwards for the Shaftesbury Snowdrop Festival Study, Sale and Social Day and on the way . . . .
It was a very jolly meeting last Sunday. There was a really lovely friendly atmosphere with lots of members doing what they enjoy doing most – talking about plants.
Last Saturday, a large group of members escaped the hustle and bustle of Canterbury and went on a private tour of the Cathedral Gardens.
We only went to make the tea – but ended up doing so much more.
All the elements of an HPS event were there: a super speaker, a really good plant sale, an interesting display, a delicious tea and the added bonus of the Seedling Swap.
Our March meeting was MEGA! We asked you to come and join us to celebrate the spring. And come you did, and celebrate we did! There were plants everywhere – plants to buy, plants in the display, plants in photographs, plants in paintings and a talk about, you guessed it, plants!
But now it’s time to say farewell to this little white, bell-shaped flower that has kept us busy, active, amused and entertained for the last month or so.