Past Meetings & Events
The Lady Mole Catcher
‘Tales of the Lady Mole Catcher’
As seen on TV’s ‘Deadliest Pests Down Under’.
Owner of TheAlpineHouse and holder of a National Collection of Crocus species.
Alpines for the Challenged
Gardening with alpines; plant portraits, dos and don’ts and propagation.
FOULSHAM OPEN GARDENS
Saturday and Sunday, June 1st & 2nd
From 11:00am until 4:00pm
At New Frost Hall, Claypit Road, Foulsham, Dereham, NR20 5RW
Adults £5, Children FREE (One off charge which covers BOTH DAYS)
Throughout the village we are expecting at least 16 gardens of various sizes and styles will be open to the public, and it's not too late to add your own garden to the list.
Refreshments, toilet facilities and car parking at the Hall, together with a display from the Foulsham Archives Group.
Programmes and maps of the village and gardens will also be available.
Proceeds from the events will be going to the New Frost Hall.
For more information visit the Open Gardens directory here, http://www.opengardens.co.uk/open_gardens.php?id=1594.
or contact Jacqui Logan Phone: 01362 683 620 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
There will be several stalls at the New Frost Hall, so if you are interested in having a space to sell plants or garden items, either for charity or your own business, please get in touch with Jacqui.
Expert in Carnivorous Plants and Hardy Exotics of Panache Plants
Carnivorous Plants and Hardy Exotics
A talk on this fascinating and often overlooked area of horticulture.
Our Annual General Plant Sale
As always, to be held at Reepham Market Place. Plants of all shapes and sizes donated by our members for sale to the general public. Come along and snap up a bargain. Open from 8.30 until sold out. Snooze and you may lose!!!!
AGM at 7.30 followed by:
From Radio Norfolk’s Saturday gardening show
Over the Garden Wall
Back by popular demand Joe will talk about walled gardens and what goes on behind those great walls. As Joe has just become head gardener at Burghley, he may be able to include something about this great garden.
Unfortunately Joe got his days muddled and did not turn up. However, those that stayed enjoyed a dvd on Sissinghurst gardens.
Plantswomen from Woottens of Wenhaston
The Iris Genus
This talk will cover the history, breeding, diversity and care of this fascinating genus.
Peregrine Project Officer Hawk & Owl Trust
A Talk about Sculthorpe Moor and the Norwich Peregrines
This should be an interesting talk as the Peregrines will be just about to start breeding.
History Beneath Your Feet
Not so much a talk, but a bit of banter looking at things (gardening objects) from the past in a new way. We will look at and handle recovered objects to discuss. If you have dug up an item of interest or can’t identify it bring it along.