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Caynham & District Gardening Society

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Caynham Programme 2016-17

  • February 2016 - Our next meeting is an open meeting where everyone is welcome – 2nd February 2016 – Leila Jackson of T3 Wall End Nursery talking on her favourite subject of ‘The Versatile World of Salvias’. If anyone wishes to join this evening they will get 2 meetings free. Caynham Programme 2016-17

Ludlow Garden Club

  • Ludlow Garden Club – Mar 2018 - Monty Don was hopeful that he had seen the last of the snow…. little did he know what was going to happen two or three days later. I hope by the time you read this Spring will have sprung in earnest! You may have found that sadly some replenishments are need to fill in gaps …
  • Ludlow Garden Club – Feb 2018 - On Wednesday March 21st Marion Stainton will be speaking on “The Spring Garden”. I think our gardens have had a hard time this winter so everything has been put to the test. Colour is gradually making an appearance, but you might find new ideas and advice. The meeting starts at 7.30 pm at the St. …
  • Ludlow Garden Club – Jan 2018 - “Gardening for wildlife” is the theme for next month’s meeting on Wednesday 21st February at 7:30 p.m. at the St. Peters Parish Centre. As we are well aware our wild life needs our support ALL year but there are plants that we can grow to both our benefits ! I have been rewarded this year …
  • Ludlow Garden Club – Nov 2017 - Conception to Chaos at Aulden Farm from Alun and Jill Whitehead who are the speakers at the meeting on Wednesday 18th November at 7;30 p. m at St. Peter’s Centre in Ludlow. I expect many of you have been to this garden just beyond Leominster that has the National collection of Hemerocallis and Siberian Iris . In …
  • Ludlow Garden Club – Oct 2017 - We are now into our winter quarters at the St. Peters Church Hall in Ludlow for the first of our meetings on Wednesday 18th October at 7:30 p.m., when we will have a talk by Ed Smith on Japanese Maples, for those lucky enough to grow them in their gardens. I have mine in a …
  • July 2017 - On Wednesday 19th July we shall be visiting Upton Cressett Hall Nr Bridgnorth . This is an Elizabethan moated timbered manor house built around the 15th century – with a turreted gate house ! It was restored by William Cash in 1969 after it had fallen into a “sleeping beauty “decline. The price of the …
  • Ludlow Garden Club – June 2017 - On Wednesday June 21st there is a golden opportunity to visit The Cottage Herbery, just beyond Tenbury which is not normally open to the public. Kim Hurst is well known in the field of growing quality herbs, having won many R.H.S. medals including 2 coveted Chelsea gold. We hope to take a good number to …
  • Ludlow Garden Club – May 2017 - We have now moved out of our winter quarters in St Peters and now taking the opportunity to visit gardens in our County and a little further. On Wednesday 17th May we will be going to Guilden Down Cottage Garden near Clun. This is a one acre garden that has taken 13 years to develop. …
  • Ludlow Garden Club – Nov 2016 - December is our Christmas supper which is on Saturday 3rd December BUT we return to our meetings on Wednesday 18th January 2017 to hear Mark Pavier talk on the “Year round shrub garden “. I personally am into shrub gardening so I will hope to pick up some ideas – it may help others. The …
  • Ludlow Garden Club – Oct 2016 - The speaker for the meeting in November will be Tamsin Westthorpe from Stockton Bury Gardens, just outside Leominster, a familiar garden to many of us. It will be interesting to hear how the day to day running of such a beautiful garden is achieved. The meeting will start at 7;30pm on Wednesday 16th at St. …