Want to know when to prune your fruit trees, what has eaten your prized plant, why your seedlings have died, the best plants for dry shade? Then come to our Gardeners Question Time on Monday 15th May and pose your questions, thorny or otherwise.
Questions will be answered by a panel of local horticultural experts chaired by Reg Moule, BBC Hereford and Worcester’s gardening guru.
The cost of the evening is £4 per person and all are welcome. Doors open at Colwall Village Hall at 7pm with the actual question time session starting at 7:30pm
So why not come along, bring some friends, and get your gardening conundrums answered – probably!
The 30th Percy Picton Memorial Lecture on the 3rd October will be by Troy Scott Smith, head gardener at Sissinghurst. Troy will be talking not only about Sissinghurst but two other gardens he has worked at.
Tickets are £10 each which includes refreshments and proceeds go to the Percy Picton Memorial Fund, which supports horticultural students. Tickets are available from Old Court Nursery, Colwall and John Goodwin Estate Agents, Colwall.
The lecture will be held at the Elms School, Colwall and will commence at 7:30, with refreshments from 7:00.
We look forward to welcoming you on the 3rd October.
We thought members might like a reminder of local gardening events that were announced at the meeting on 4th March
7th and 14th March – Snowdrops and Winter Garden, Ragley Hall
The gardens at Ragley Hall will be open between 10am and 3pm on the 7th and 14th March. Visitors can explore the gardens and Head Gardener, Ross Barbour, a regular attendee of our meetings, will be on hand to answer questions.
17th March – Little Malvern Court opening for the NGS
The gardens will be open on the 17th March as part of the NGS Scheme from 2:00 to 5:00
The gardens and house are also open on Wednesdays and Thursdays from the 17th April to the 18th July 2013
21st April – Spetchley Plant Fair
A fantastic opportunity to buy from 30 specialist nurseries with Spetchley Park as the backdrop