A detective story to find the origin of a beautiful plant exhibited at one of our meetings.
It was found by Alberto Castillo, owner of Ezeiza Botanical Garden, in an abandoned garden in Buenos Aires in the early 1980s.
We have members who have become more and more interested in growing snowdrops so we’ve asked them for their particular favourites this year.
Find out how we overcame the dreadful weather to have a good time at our February meeting.
Take a walk round an impressive garden full of interesting and unusual plants.
Here’s a February Feast of images from an impressive garden full of interesting and unusual plants.
There’s a Snowdrop and Winter Plant Fair at Hole Park on Sunday 9 February. Come and join us.
Read about a very successful members’ wreath-making workshop arranged just before the festive season.
Members greatly enjoyed their festive get-together with talks, a quiz, photo competition, plants and, of course, delicious food!
Jeanette Lerwill reports on our meeting in November 2019 when Val Bourne talked about The Winter Garden.
A report by Robert Lines on our meeting in October 2019 when Derry Watkins spoke on ‘Late Summer Colour’
Jenny Gibb reports on a workshop where members learned how to propagate their plants.