This was a really enjoyable and well-organised event. The Harvest Quiz was great fun; we shall never forget what a French Breakfast is (and the answer wasn’t “inadequate”!). There was a Bring & Buy Sale and an opportunity to sample delicious home-made food including Parsnip and Apple Soup, scones, courgette cake and Homity pie.
This reminds us that there is still plenty of interest in our gardens.
Gill’s Rhodochiton atrosanguineum; an attractive, tender climber
|Gill’s jug contains yellow impatiens omeiana, cyclamen hederifolium, michaelmas daisies, clematis Mary Rose. Rose, geranium nodosum, sedum, a purple clematis, Japanese anemone, corydalis lutea, Ceratostigma willmottianum|
|A book recommendation from Gill|
|Kate’s Isoplexis canariensis is an attractive shrub with its orange/bronze blooms|
Interested in a day of gardening talks by expert speakers?
Next Meeting: Talk – Hedgehogs in the Garden by expert Tracey Foster. Expect a multitude of questions from Janella!