This was the title of our June meeting talk by Mr Paul Harrison talk.
His garden, of over an acre, is filled with perennials that suit all positions – sun, shade, damp, dry and anything in between. Before the slide-show began members were given a list of the plants to be shown, with both the colloquial and Latin name, so that personal “Wish Lists” could be made.
A list of helpful contacts and suppliers, where some of the more unusual seeds/plant could be obtained, was also given. As each plant was shown, advice was given on position, size, type of soil, whether happy in a pot or open ground, whether easy to grow or whether they should be nurtured,
A selection of plants was available for members to purchase.
The club will not be meeting at the Day Centre in August. An evening visit has been arranged and members will visit Piercewebbs in Clavering on Wednesday August 2nd.
Members who need directions will find them here >
This meeting will be held on the 6th September 6th, back at the Day Centre. Evening starts at 7.30pm for 8pm start.
Our guest speaker is Mr Darren Lerigo, whose talk is entitled “Diluted – The Importance of Water!.
We will also be running a photo competition, so start looking for inspiration over the Summer!!
Competition: A photograph of “Water in the Garden”
This can be anything from a Lake in a country estate to a garden pond or bubbling fountain. So get snapping!
As always, visitors are welcome to our meetings. We charge £2.50pp for non-members and members are free. Find details of our membership here >