Happy New Year to everyone.
This is a brief post to let you know that our 2022 programme starts next week. We are having the first two meetings by Zoom and then will hopefully be able to have ‘in person’ meetings from March onwards – fingers crossed!
Next weeks’ meeting is on Wednesday 19th January, 7.15pm for a 7.30pm start when Carole Whittaker will be talking to us on “The History, Medicinal Qualities and care of Monarda“
These beautiful perennials from North America have been utilised since 2,500 BC by the Native American peoples for their medicinal qualities. But the history does not stop there! The talk covers all aspects of caring for these unusual, late summer perennials.
Carole and her husband, Pete, have established a beautiful garden, Glyn Bach, in Pembrokeshire which is home to their National Collection of Monarda. The garden is open through the NGS and Plant Heritage. Click here for their website.
If you would like to join the Zoom meeting and have not received the email with the invitation please contact Fiona at firstname.lastname@example.org so she can send it through to you.