Incredible Edible Lambeth, the organisation supporting local food growing, has announced the launch of this year’s Blooming Lambeth Awards, with cash prizes for Lambeth growers. Nominations close midnight 11 June. The eight categories include Best School Garden, Best Young Gardener, Best Garden in Bloom and Best Space for Encouraging Wildlife. More information and entry forms below: Blooming Lambeth Awards 2022 categories and nomination forms.
LHS members are a canny lot. They descended on the Hut on Saturday 7th May in good time to make sure they had their choice of summer bedding plants. Here are some of the plants remaining at the end of the afternoon.
Dr John Hughes will be telling us more about the famous Abbey Garden on the isle of Tresco, in the heart of the Isles of Scilly archipelago, 28 miles off the Cornish coast. The sub-tropical Abbey Garden is described as “a perennial Kew without the glass, home to 20,000 plants from more than 80 countries”. Come along on Wednesday 25 May 7.30 for 8 pm to the Old Library, Knights Hill SE27. Everyone is welcome and admission is free. Refreshments (small charge) and raffle
Come along to the Hut from Saturday 7 May to pick up your summer bedding plants. While stocks last. Fuchsia, petunias, lobelia, geraniums, alyssum and much more. Plus all the support acts – for instance: basket liner, a huge range of fertilisers – eg fastgrow seaweed fertiliser – seeds, gardening gloves, twine, canes, secateurs and trowels, all at brilliant prices. And of course free recycled pots, seed trays etc, for a donation. This is a small selection of the Hut stock available to LHS members….Continue Reading “Summer Bed Time!”
Our first talk of 2022 is “Where Landscape Meets Architecture: Gardens in Sri Lanka” by Fergus Davis. Everyone is welcome to join us on Wednesday evening (7.30pm for 8pm start) for this free talk, at the Old Library, Knights Hill, London SE27 0HY. The evening includes refreshments (small charge) and raffle.