AGM AND CHRISTMAS WREATH DEMO
Nov 1, 2023
We held our annual AGM on 1 November. As well as the usual club formalities, we held our seed swap and were treated to a demonstration of how to make a Christmas Wreath by Joy Payne.
June 25, 2023
Just a reminder that our schedule is now available. Please do enter, we'd love to see what you have grown/made! Click on the show links at the top of the page for details of the classes and how to enter.
May 30, 2023
A picture of the flag we had made as part of the Cary celebrations for the Coronation.
PLANT SALE SUCCESS!
May 14, 2023
We had another very successful and enjoyable plant sale at the Market House on 13 May. The proceeds will go a long way to running the club's events for the year. So thank you to everyone who brought plants and bought plants. Now all we need to do is get them planted!
PLANT SALE AT THE MARKET HOUSE
13 May, 2023
It's that time of year again - time to get some plants divided and seedlings pricked out - bring them along to our annual plant sale on 13th May. Your plant donations are always welcome, and you can grab a bargain while you are there. The prices are very tempting! A wide range of plants are usually available, grown by our members and friends.
FESTIVAL OF BELLS
December 8-11 2022
With many thanks to Cas Sandy for putting together our contribution to the Cary Festival of Bells - at All Saints' Church & Community Space.
NEW YEAR LUNCH AT THE ORCHARD INN GALHAMPTON.
3 November 2022
The New Year Lunch will be held at the Orchard Inn, Galhampton on 21 January 2023.
Fiona will be in touch shortly to provide all the details. Tickets are limited, so please respond promptly if you are interested in attending.
3 November 2022
We held our AGM, Seed Exchange and Quiz night. After a short bit of AGM business, Erica ran one of her fabulous quizzes, with a particular highlight being the identification of around 20 seed heads that she had brought along. One lucky member won the member's prize draw for a £50 voucher. And congratulation to Joy Payne, who won the trophy for most points in the 2022 Flower of the Month Competition.
Next month we renew our membership for 2023, and the draft programme is now on available on the drop-down menu above.
7 August 2022
Thanks to all our exhibitors and helpers for another fantastic show at Caryford Community Hall on Saturday 6th August. It was great to be back with a full show this year. For details of cup and prize winners see the tab on the drop-down menu, where you'll also see a link to photos from the show.
2022 SHOW SCHEDULE
20 March, 2022
The Schedule for the 2022 Show is now online! See the show tab for details and to download the schedule, or see the classes. Entries can be made online via the website, by emailing the garden club, or giving us a paper copy! We don't mind how you enter, but please do enter!
May 22, 2022
Our last meeting was a visit to the gorgeous Westbrook House in West Bradley on one of those early May evenings that fills your heart. The light and the gentle warmth held such promise of the joys to come. The garden was lovely too – with an almost adventure when we were nearly joined by the heifers next door! It's an NGS (yellow book) garden and has really earned this status.
Our next meeting is Wednesday June 1st at Caryford when Bridgit Wadey’s talk is ‘Gardening and Wildlife’. She is well qualified to talk on this subject so its promising to be a great evening.
We are having another plant sale on Jubilee Friday, June 3rd , from 2-6 at Cary Place on North Street in Castle Cary. Its part of the 15 ‘Hidden Gardens’ that are opened on that afternoon with monies raised for the Caryford Hall extension fund. There are tiny private courtyard gardens along with the larger ones. It should be a lovely afternoon so if you want inspiration or just a rest from doing your own, come along and see for yourselves.
Our August 6th Annual Show schedule is available. Its open to everyone and has a HUGE variety of classes so there really is something for everyone. Do take a look and see.
Wishing you all Happy Gardening and remember: There’s no such things as a weed, its just a wild flower that growing in the ‘wrong’ place. It doesn’t rain in pots, use a saucer and water from below. And finally that gardening is not meant to be a torture, its your garden so garden it for you. Enjoy!
MAY VISIT TO WESTBROOK HOUSE, WEST BRADLEY
April 27, 2022
May's meeting is no longer as stated in the printed programme because the speaker needed to change the date. So we have swapped May for June and next week is to be a garden visit instead.
We have a private visit on Wednesday May 4th to Westbrook House, West Bradley. We will need to be there at 6.45pm to allow enough daylight to get a good hour and more to look around. Full details have been emailed to members.
See Trips page for details and photo.