Our last Zoom meeting (at least for now) is next Wednesday, 19th May 7.15 for a 7.30pm start.
Stephen Anderton, Gardening Correspondent for The Times will be talking to us on ‘Courageous Gardening’
“A fresh approach to gardening. Stephen investigates gardeners’ techniques, ideas and inspiration, in everything, from breeding and pruning to planting and design. He shows remarkable gardens from all over the world and explains how their makers have single-mindedly planned and created exciting effects. The many unconventional ideas on offer here make this one of his most popular lectures.”
It would be great if we could have as many as possible joining us as Stephen is one of our ‘Big Name’ speakers for this our 10th Anniversary year. So if you are interested in joining us and haven’t already done so, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org so we can send you the Zoom invitation.
We are planning on having outdoor meetings for the next 4 months, so fingers crossed that the weather improves. The following visits have now been confirmed and we will be asking for names nearer the time for anyone who wishes to join us.
Wednesday, 16th June, 2pm
Outdoor talk and demonstration of propagation techniques by Helen Warrington at Ty Cwm Nursery, (Penffordd, Llanybydder SA40 9XE).
Wednesday, 21st July
Social get together (if permitted) details to follow
Wednesday, 18th August 2pm
Outdoor visit to Wild Ginger Flower Farm ( Cwm Gwenllan, Gwynfe, nr Llangadog, SA19 9PU).
An environmentally conscious flower farm and floral design studio. Talk and tour followed by refreshments. Please let Fiona know if you wish to come no later than Tuesday 3rd August.
Wednesday, 8th September, 2.30pm
Outdoor visit to Vicki Weston Weston’s Salvias. Vicki gave us a talk a few years ago when she was based near Tregaron. She has now move from the to just north of Newcastle Emlyn where she is concentrating on her first love, Salvias. The visit will include a tour of her newly established display garden where she has some 70 – 80 different Salvias. She is also creating a large garden from scratch on a new and untouched site – definitely a work in progress but still plenty to see.
The cost will be £5 per person to include tea/coffee and cake.