Sunday, 12 August 2018

SEPTEMBER OUTING ALL DAY

TUESDAY 4TH SEPTEMBER 2018




GOLDSTONE HALL GARDEN near Market Drayton

10.30 am arrive by car at Goldstone Hall, Goldstone, Market Drayton, TF9 2NA
(5 miles north of Newport on the A41)

Optional coffee on arrival - not included in price.  After an introductory chat, explore 5 acre gardens.
12.30 Buffet lunch - selection of quiches with salads using much garden produce.  Freshly baked breads. Tea/coffee and chocolate brownie.

1.30 - 2.00 pm  Travel to WOODSEAVES GARDEN PLANTS, Market Drayton TF9 2AS


Owner and plants woman Jean Haywood will give a guided tour and Jean's husband will also be there to take us on a tour of the gardens on his narrow gauge miniature railway train!
(Donations on the day for the train appreciated)
Finally tea and cake included in garden charge.

Goldstone Garden and lunch £16.00
Woodseaves plus the tea and cake £5.00
Total for the day £21.00 please.

Please pay to Chris King, Pervin Cottage, Caynham, Ludlow, SY8 3BP by 21st August 2018.
Cheques payable to Caynham Gardening Society.

Tuesday, 17 July 2018

TUESDAY 7TH AUGUST 2018

A NEW TAKE ON BEDDING - LAURA WILLGOSS
at Caynham Village Hall 7.30 pm

Laura and Jack Willgoss run Wildegoose Nursery at Munslow.  See web site

Wildegoose Nursery set in the beautiful Shropshire countryside is the home of Bouts Violas. It is a small independent nursery, garden and tearoom housed within the old redbrick walls of Millichope Park’s former Kitchen Garden.
Created in 2011 to safeguard the Bouts collection of Perennial Violas, Wildegoose Nursery has gained a reputation for both its violas and an extensive range of wonderful perennials and grasses.
A New Take on Bedding – a move away from traditional municipal bedding schemes, this talk shows you a modern way to use annuals, biennials, tender perennials and bulbs in the garden for vibrant borders throughout the season.

Monday, 11 June 2018

TUESDAY 3RD JULY 2018




AFTERNOON OUTING TO MYND HARDY PLANTS, DIDDLEBURY

Everyone to go by car to Mynd Hardy Plants, Delbury Hall, Diddlebury, Shropshire.  SY7 9DH for 2.30 pm

Just as you approach Diddlebury from the Craven Arms side on the B4368 Mynd Hardy Plants is signposted on the right.  Follow the signs.  The road is called Mill Lane.

We will be having a talk on Daylilies and a tour of the walled garden plus tea/coffee and cake.
See web site here

PLEASE BOOK YOURSELF IN WITH JULIE ALVITI or  CHRIS KING
juliealviti@hotmail.com

Free to members, non members £6.00 per person.

Thursday, 31 May 2018

TUESDAY 5TH JUNE 2018

JUNE OUTING TUESDAY 5TH JUNE 2018

VISIT TO ABERNANT, GARTHMYL, NR MONTGOMERY SY15 6RZ

A large garden including 9 acres of woodland with stream, ponds and Severn Valley views.

1.5 miles south of Garthmyl on A483 over steep humpback bridge with wooden statue of a workman to one side, straight ahead is the house.

Supper at the Nags Head, Garthmyl - 7.30 pm
Please book with Chris King before 30th May 2018.
To see more information click on Abernant

Monday, 21 May 2018

SATURDAY 26TH MAY 2018










COFFEE MORNING AND PLANT SALE




Caynham Gardening Society
Saturday 26th May 2018


10.00 am to 12.00 noon

Caynham Village Hall


coffee & tea

raffle cakes

books

plants


Entrance, coffee & biscuit £1

Sunday, 22 April 2018

TUESDAY 1ST MAY

BULBS FOR THE UNUSUAL 
BY
ROSS BARBOUR




This month we welcome Ross Barbour who has spent a lifetime in gardening starting as a humble gardener before being given his own garden to run at Ragley Hall in Warwickshire. He now works with his wife who runs The Picton Garden & Old Court Nurseriesnear Malvern. The nursery specialises in growing and breeding  Michaelmas Daisies.  His topic is Bulbs for the unusual.

Tuesday, 13 March 2018

Tuesday 3rd April 2018




AGM 

Anyone interested in joining our committee for 2018/19 are very welcome.

Followed by a slide show to music of our garden visits over the past 2 years 

Followed by nibbles and a glass of something.  Everyone welcome.

On Saturday 19th May we will be having our annual plant sale - remember to pot up those cuttings, plant a few extra seeds or when dividing perennials pot an extra one up for the plant sale.