Our late summer show returns to St Luke’s church, Knight’s Hill SE27 on Saturday 4 September. This is our first live show for two years. Our successful virtual shows during Covid kept people’s gardening spirits up, but we are delighted to be able to hold a live show, with Covid precautions. There is a packed agenda of activities between 2pm and 5pm. Admission is free and non-members are warmly invited to enter too. Please check out the full programme details, including timings, prize categories, prizes and details…Continue Reading “Late Summer Show 4 September”
You can see the winners of all the categories judged by Lambeth Horticultural Society here. Thank you to everyone who took part!
Did you know The Hut now takes cardless as well as card payments? You can also pay cash, of course! Open to members Sundays 10am – noon with a huge range of soils, compost, all kinds of garden equipment and seasonal plants, seeds and bulbs at discounted prices. The Hut is also a great place to find out about the latest local gardening news – eg which Dulwich gardens are open this summer as part of the NGS.
Call for entries! This year’s Flower Show is run, as ever, in association with Lambeth Horticultural Society. Sadly, it is again Virtual – but all the stops have been pulled out to make it the best possible celebration of fruit and veg in Lambeth. The Virtual Show takes place 17 – 18 July. The deadline for entries is 11pm Wednesday 14 July. LHS will be judging Flower and Pot Plants, Fruit and Vegetables, Children’s and Domestic Exhibits. For full details and to enter visit this…Continue Reading “Virtual Lambeth Country Show 2021”
LHS member David Whyte is opening his garden for the first time as part of the National Gardens Scheme.David’s garden at 28 Ferndene Road, Herne Hill, SE24 0AB, opens 4th July between 1 pm – 5 pm. The NGS Guide says:‘It’s all about structure and careful planting in this dramatically sloping S.S.E. facing garden, 30m long widening to 18m at the rear. A lively blend of perennials and shrubs show definite Kiwi influences. The kitchen garden with raised beds and soft fruits is wonderfully secluded….Continue Reading “Another LHS garden joins the National Garden Scheme”