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Meeting 13 March 2018

An eventful and entertaining meeting held at Roundwood Park School! Our guest speaker Joe Sharman of Monksilver Nurseries was seriously delayed on his journey from Cambridge due to many major road closures! As our Chairman was away on holiday, committee … Continue reading

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Meeting Tuesday 13 February 2018

On a cold and wet evening,the first meeting of 2018 attracted a good number (60-70) of members and guests to listen to our guest speaker, Thomas Stone the former Head Gardener of Mottisfont Abbey Gardens which members visited on an … Continue reading

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Talk 14 November

Given the traffic gridlock in Harpenden caused by the closure of the M1 motorway and further problems in the High Street, a surprising number of members and guests made it albeit a little later than normal to enjoy our guest … Continue reading

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Talk 10th October

The Society is indebted to Chris Thorne of Aylett Nurseries for stepping in as our guest speaker at the very last minute as our scheduled speaker unfortunately had to cancel at short notice due to unforeseen circumstances. Chris, the Retail … Continue reading

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12th September 2017 Meeting

Paul Green of Greens Leaves Nursery in Gloucestershire was our guest speaker at the first meeting in our autumn series of talks at Roundwood Park School. The nursery set up in 1994 specialises in rare and unusual plants sourced from … Continue reading

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Chelsea 2017

Congratulations to Anne Godfrey of Daisy Roots Nursery our speaker in February on winning her first GOLD MEDAL at the 2017 Chelsea Flower Show.

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Meeting 9 May

Our guest speaker, Anne Luder the recently retired Lecturer from Capel Manor College delivered an interesting talk with slides on Capel’s show winning gardens over the 30 years of her involvement at Capel Manor. Many of the show gardens at … Continue reading

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