|14th January||What not to do in a small garden||With Patricia Fox from www.aralia.org.uk
|11th February||Blaze of Glory – autumn in the garden||with Timothy Walker
|10th March||A year in a Hertfordshire garden||with Brenda Harold.
Going through 2019 in our fairly large but not posh
garden, seen from my botanical outlook including
weeds, butterflies, badger track etc. (and some
gorgeous Rhododendrons and things).
|14th April||Don’t underestimate the potential of the Darkside||with Lynne Moore from Moore & Moore Plants.
She will be bringing plants.
|12th May||History of the Garden Gnome||You won't want to miss this!
Presented by Twigs Way.
|9th June||Wetland Wildlife||with the brilliant and highly entertaining John Tyler. A tour of the plants and animals to be found in ponds, lakes and streams, looking at the ways in which, from marine land-loving ancestors, they have become so beautifully adapted to life on, around and beneath the water.
|23rd June||The Summer Sortie||A wild coach adventure open to members and guests. Gardeners' Forum go mad in Worcestershire - taking in Morton Hall Gardens, the Rose & Crown public house, and Meadow Farm. For more details, see the booking form
|14th July||Garden Visit||This is something of a placeholder that does rather depend on someone saying "Oh, go on then - you can all come round mine!". If you are loving your garden, and getting pleasure from all the hard work you are putting in to it, why not share it with others? If you are considering opening under the NGS, or just wanting some supportive feedback from kind like-minded people, then this might be a really good first step. If you're interested in taking part, please use the Contact page, or speak to one of the Committee. The date can be changed to suit you.
|8th August||Coach Trip to Hyde Hall||Saturday day out at RHS Hyde Hall for the Summer Flower Show and Plant Fair. Full details and booking form are
|11th August||Barbecue||It's bound to rain, but at least there will be cake involved.
|8th September||E A Bowles||A fascinating talk by Bryan Hewitt. Everything you always wanted to know about Edward
Augustus Bowles. If you
want a teaser with possible spoilers, click
|13th October||Grow your own Vegetables||With Geoff Hodge - there will still be things you can plant!
|10th November||AGM + Jane Austen’s Gardens||All the thrills and excitement of our Annual General Meeting, plus a fascinating talk by Jackie Bennett
|8th December||The Gardeners' Forum Christmas Party||For many, the high-point of the annual social calendar, with Christmas food and cheer. Hearty carols, and lashings of cake and mince pies.
We hold an inspiring and informative programme of talks every year.
All talks are themed around gardening, and cover a variety of topics for different levels of gardening skill - from general gardening and plant advice, to garden history and design.
Our meetings are always on the second Tuesday of the month, and start at 7:30pm. They typically finish around 9:00pm. All talks are free of charge to members.
Visitors are always welcome, entrance fee is £3 per talk. Enjoy a complimentary cup of tea or coffee after the talk.
Our membership fee is only £14 a year, payable in January. If you join after August, the membership fee is reduced.
- go to the contact page
- complete your details
- enter "I want to join" as your question or comment
- hit SUBMIT
We will then email you your Welcome Pack.
Visit our Contact page here to get in touch or raise any queries.