Programme of Speakers 2016


(All meetings are on Wednesdays)

17 February    7pm

‘A Photographer in the Garden’ with Mary Pipkin

A ‘hands on’ evening with prints, projected images and audio-visual. Bring along your cameras and things from the garden to photograph such as leaves, stems, flowers, etc


16 March    7.30pm

‘Clematis’ by Keith Treadaway

20 April    7.30pm

‘Colourful Shade’ with Richard Cain of Penlan Perennials

Richard will be bringing plants for sale

18 May    7.30pm

‘Botanicus Tongtwistii ‘Give Up’: Latin Names, Why Bother?’ with Carrie Thomas

15 June    7.30pm

Discover Dinefwr with Sarah Jones

20 July    7.30pm

‘Origin of Plants’ with Helen Warrington of Ty Cwm Nursery

Helen will be bringing plants for sale

17 August    7.30pm 

Garden Club Event including the conclusion of this year’s Growing Challenge

21 September    7.30pm

 Jess Jones, photographer, art historian and horticulturalist will be giving a talk on historical plants

‘Reginald Cory and Dyffryn Gardens’ with Mike Thurlow – Cancelled due to ill health

19 October    7.30pm

‘Roses in West Wales’ with Richard Bramley of Farmyard Nursery

16 November    7pm

The Pine Marten Recovery Project by David Bavin of The Vincent Wildlife Trust 

At our November meeting, we are very lucky to have The Vincent Wildlife Trust coming to talk to us about the Pine Marten Recovery Project. A number of animals have been released in Ceredigion, and David Bavin will be giving Cothi Gardeners an update on the project, and telling us how to identify the signs for the presence of these secretive animals.

18 January 2017    7pm 

AGM & New Year Supper

15 February 2017

‘Plants for a West Wales Garden’ with Joseph Atkin, Head Gardener at Aberglasney

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