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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.
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.
There was standing room only at our February meeting at Lower Hardres on Sunday when Steve Edney from The Salutation Gardens gave a talk . . .
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.
A trio of us from Kent decided to attend the Shaftesbury Snowdrop Festival this year. The Festival lasts a week and first started in 2012 when ‘Shaftesbury Snowdrops’ decided to make it Britain’s first Snowdrop Town.
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 . . .
A January jaunt in the shade? Surely that wasn’t what was planned! Stay with me and you’ll find out why.
It’s that time of year again. Galanthophiles will soon be out in force. Are you tempted to join them?
There’s a Snowdrop and Winter Plant Fair at Hole Park on Sunday 5 February . . .
The start of another new year. I hope you are looking forward to it and . . .
Members collected together an amazing array of plants in a display at the Christmas Party . . .
This is a lovely informal occasion where members can relax and enjoy good company and delicious food and talk about plants or anything else that takes their fancy . . . .
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.
‘All you ever needed to know to get you started growing ferns’ would just about cover the subject of our October meeting last Sunday. But it was so much more than that . . .