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If you don’t already know, which I didn’t, the Blue Ensign is a flag used by . . .
It is the more modest Lilium martagon that appeals to our members.
What makes a welcome guest? Someone who’s good company . . .
This plant brings us to Number 24 and takes us to the west coast of the US.
She needs a bit of coddling but will repay you well.
Gardeners are always looking for small trees and there are many varieties of sorbus that fill that role
Althaea cannabina dances onto our list at Number 27.
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.
What are Kent Group members’ favourite plants? Follow the countdown.
On Sunday 20 March 1988, 100 members attended the inaugural meeting of the Kent Group of The Hardy Plant Society.
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 . . . .