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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 . . .
Somebody ordered some glorious weather. Malliet and John worked really hard mowing the lawn and getting the borders just so and the garden looked wonderful.
Here are the winners in all six classes showing some beautiful images of plants and gardens
As usual, our April meeting will also include the Seedling Swap. How are your seeds doing? Hopefully, germination has been good and you’ll have lots of spare seedlings to bring along.
Everyone had a very enjoyable time at our Spring Meeting at Lenham last Sunday. All the nurseries had wonderful displays of plants and many of us were tempted . . .
This year there were also drifts of narcissus, not something we’ve seen in previous years, and the magnolias were just bursting their furry buds.
Karin’s garden surrounds an old rectory and has drifts of naturalised snowdrops intermingled with Eranthis hyemalis and…
Last weekend Karin, Sue and I went off to the Cotswolds to attend the HPS Galanthus Day…