This month, we’re holding our second annual survey on what people want from the Lambeth Horticultural Society. It should only take you a couple of minutes – honestly! The survey closes 30 June.  In Questions 1 – 4 Lambeth Horticultural Society would like to know more about our members and potential members, and how we can do better.  Questions 5 – 11 are from the Lambeth self assessment survey which we must complete each year. We apologise if some questions feel intrusive. It helps us hugely…Continue Reading “Annual Survey 1 – 30 June”

Outings Officer Matilda Smith reports On Saturday 18 May, a group of 20 LHS members set out on the first trip since before Covid! The group visited Goddards Green Garden, a beautiful garden of some five acres or so – including some wilderness and an orchard. The Wotton family now tend the gardens by themselves, having benefited from the help and expertise of Jacqui Harris-Jones (now retired), who worked previously with Christopher Lloyd at Great Dixter.   Arriving at the wonderful 17th century house, we were…Continue Reading “Goddards Green Gardens: our Outing 18 May”

Our June Talk is “Plants, People and Participation” Dr Elyssa Livergant will be telling us about next steps at the South London Botanical Institute. Do join us. Everyone is very welcome. The Talk starts at 8pm. Doors open at 7.30. It will be held at the Old Library, Knights Hill SE27. Bring cash for donations, refreshments and raffle! Download the Poster to display.

We’re delighted to announce the following programme for 2024: Please note that you must be an LHS member to book. Members are welcome to bring friends and relatives for the same price. You can book in person at the Hut or online at Eventbrite. Saturday 18 May 2024 – Goddards Green Garden Goddards Green, Cranbrook, Kent TN17 3LR Afternoon tour of the gardens at Goddards Green with light refreshments. About 5 acres of garden, surrounding a beautiful 500+yr old clothier’s hall (not open), laid out…Continue Reading “Outings Programme 2024”

Our May talk is “Growing Between the Cracks”. Alice Ashton will speak about how a grassroots urban community growing  project at Loughborough Farm has survived and evolved over the last decade. Do join us. Everyone is very welcome. The Talk starts at 8pm. Doors open at 7.30. It will be held at the Old Library, Knights Hill SE27. Bring cash for donations, refreshments and raffle!