Just a quick update to say that the talk scheduled for 26th September has changed. We will now be hearing from Guy Deakins who specialises in working with historic gardens. His talk will be on the topic: Heritage Gardens – Restoration, Renovation & Reworking. The provisionally scheduled ‘bat walk’ may be re-planned in the future. The talk will take place on Wednesday 26th Sept at the Old Library Centre in West Norwood. For more details on other upcoming events see the ‘talks’ page.
Just a quick reminder that the Annual General Meeting will take place on Wednesday 28th March at 8pm at the Old Library, 14-16 Knight’s Hill, London SE27 0HY. All members are welcome! The Spring Show will take place on Saturday 7th April. More details are available on the Flower Show page. It would be very helpful if anyone is able to help with the clearing up after the show. This will start after the raffle which will take place at 4:45pm. We hope to see…Continue Reading “AGM and Spring Show reminder”
Hopefully now that the ‘Beast from the East’ has been and gone, Spring is truly on its way. We hope your bulbs are growing and your seed sowing is underway! Newsletter: The Spring 2018 edition of the society newsletter is now published and available here. We hope you enjoy it!. Membership Renewals: Now is the time to renew your membership if you haven’t already done so. More details and the renewal form are on the third page of the newsletter. The Hut: The Hut…Continue Reading “Spring Update”
Colin Jones will join us on Wednesday 22nd November at 8pm to talk about ’20 plants that changed the world’. This will take place at the Old Library in West Norwood. This is a change to the originally planned ‘Restoration, Renovation, Reworking’ talk which we hope to reschedule at a later date.
On Wednesday 27th September we will be joined by Iain Pentney from Classiflora Imports. Iain will be talking on the topic: Mediterranean plants; why buy from abroad? **Please note – this talk will take place at St Luke’s Church (SE27 0HS) not the Old Library** Please arrive from 7:30pm for an 8:00pm start. The talk is open to all and free of charge.
Highlights from the Lambeth Country Show, our summer talks, visits are all captured by our excellent contributors in our 2017 Autumn Newsletter. Please see the Newsletter page for all the details.
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Entries are now welcome for the Late Summer Show which is to be held on the 2nd of September. Entries are due by the 30th of August. Please visit the Flower Show page for more details, the schedule and regulations.
After a great talk on Making the world a better place, one street at a time by Jason Prentis, of Veolia, we are delighted to share an excellent step by step guide on how to make your very own planter. Jason is the Communications, Education and Outreach Team Leader at Veolia and we were delighted to have him along at our talk on the 28th of June. To download the planter instructions click on the ‘Build your own garden planter’ link at the top of this post and then click…Continue Reading “Build your own garden planter”