The gardening glories of late summer were everywhere on display on 2 September when crowds gathered to view and admire arrays of seasonal vegetables, flowers and floral displays. Not forgetting the handicrafts and very hotly contested jams and chutneys sections.  See a gallery of pictures below.

This year’s late summer show at St Luke’s church SE27 is on Saturday 2 September.  Admission is free and everyone, members and non-members, is warmly invited. It’s a fun event and we aim to have a category for everyone to enter – from fruit and veg to hanging baskets, floral art and houseplants. There’s also a hotly contested domestic section, prizes for photography and a special children’s section. So if you have an allotment, a garden, a few pots or a home full of houseplants, why not…Continue Reading “Late Summer Show 2 September”

Trophies & Awards 2023 Cut Flowers Classes I – II Sarah Walker Vase of mixed perennials Award for Best Rose ( 5 – 7) Sue Wallace IHT Rose – the Peace Rose Rosebowl for Best Exhibit ( 12 – 22) Wilson Yau White Orchid Best Exhibit in Cacti & Succulent (23 – 33) Ian Sesnan A magnificent monster cactus Lambeth Council Cup (33) Charlotte Dark Group of succulent Best Exhibit in Bonsai (34 – 40) Steve McLean Best Tray of Veg/Salad Veg (57, 58) Sarah…Continue Reading “Lambeth Country Show June 2023”

Lambeth Country Show – Saturday 10 & Sunday 11 June 2023 1 pm – 9pm Brockwell Park The Lambeth Country Show comes early this year and we’re getting ready once again to make the Flower Show spectacular. Make sure you don’t miss out. Remember the ‘coveted’ (Lambeth’s words!) Vegetable Sculpture section. With just eight weeks to go, it’s time to start preparing your entries. Categories include: PLUS Download the schedule below. Find full details of the lineup here .

Our Summer Newsletter 2023 may be downloaded here and includes a preview of the Lambeth Country Show 10 – 11 June. The contents include a report on the Spring Show and reports on last year’s Talk “In and Out of Africa,” and this April’s fabulous talk on the Brazilian Jardim Botanicum Planturum, filled with indigenous flora. We also have a report on the AGM and our regular Letter From the North.