All events will be subject to the restrictions and guidance in place at the time. Updates will be sent by email of any changes.
Please let the secretary, Rosemary Walsh, know if you intend attending any of the forthcoming events. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
October 9th (Saturday) – October 23rd (Saturday) 2021 inclusive: Plant Heritage Guernsey Nerine Festival, Guernsey Gardens, Contact Andrew Lanoe for more details email@example.com Please check the States of Guernsey’s Covid restrictions.
October 24th (Sunday) 2021: RHS Wisley, Hilltop, the Home for Garden Science. The Society will mount a display in the atrium of the new Hilltop building. We will also give “bite-sized” talks on various plants in the Amaryllidaceae throughout the day. The RHS Wisley library will display related books to link with the NAAS display.
October 30th (Saturday) 2021: Annual General Meeting, Holton Village Hall, OX33 1PR. Our main speaker is Nick Wray, curator of the University of Bristol Botanical Garden, speaking on the Flora of the Western Cape with a focus on Amaryllids. Jonny Hartnell will talk on Crinum before lunch. See details on page 16 and 17 of the Journal.
February 8th (Tuesday) 2022: 10.30am-12.30am Little Ash Farm Bungalow, Fenny Bridges, Honiton, Devon, EX14 3BL We are invited by Helen Brown to see the snowdrops in her lovely garden (currently in the South West heat of the Nation’s favourite garden competition.
February 22nd (Tuesday) 2022, Morning visit to Ivy Croft, Ivington Green, Leominster HR6 0JN. Roger Norman’s garden will be a treat and there will be snowdrops on sale. In the afternoon we can visit the garden of the late Veronica Cross, Lower Hopton, Stoke Lacey, Bromyard, HR7 4HX, the source of many famous snowdrops.
Caroline was working in the Five Arrows Gallery in 2017 producing wonderfully delicate and meticulously rendered water colour paintings.
For information about her work, Caroline can be contacted by email: firstname.lastname@example.org