Wednesday June 27th brings a new experience as we go the short distance to Dennington for Moat Farm Flowers which is a commercial nursery growing cut flowers for weddings, events etc. Maybe we can find inspiration for a small plot of our own! Members watch your e-mail for info as usual. Anyone else interested in joining our club or our visits please contact Janie on 01728 628 296 or e-mail email@example.com
On the last Wednesday of April we arrived at the well maintained woods at Haughley Park. The colour of the large expanse of bluebells was enhanced by the sun shining through the fresh green leaves of the copsed trees. As a slight wind blew we caught the gentle scent of the flowers which many of us had forgotten and some had never experienced before. We felt very fortunate to have our own private visit and be able to fully appreciate the serenity of the place.
Worlingwrth Garden club has continued to have some wonderful outings. In March, we braved an extremely wet and windy walk aroudn the beautiful Woodward's Garden in Coddenham filled with bulbs bursting into colour. The ownders gave us all the background on their gardening efforts and treated us to a welcome warm up of tea and cake.
Our visiits are usually in the afternoon but often times differ for each visit because of different journey times. Members please watch for your Email for info as usual. Anyone interested in joining our club or visits please contact Janie Wood on 01728 628296 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Our group enjoyed the July trip to Beales Roses. The weather was once again kind to us. We had a very interesting talk fol-lowed by a guided tour. It was different to see so many of the roses with their hips in such a range of shapes and colours.
Visit to Beth Chatto's wonderful garden near Colchester on May 25th at 12.30 pm when we will all be given a short introductory talk.
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We don't usually meet in January but this year we invited Wingfield and District Gardening Club to join us for a Saturday morning visit to two members' gardens to view them in winter. Although not the warmest of days it was dry and everyone was suitably dressed and enjoyed the coffee as well as the gardens! There will be repeat visits on June 10th to see the summer transformations!
On Thursday 30th March there will be a trip suggested by mem-bers to Anglesey Abbey which is noted for its spring bulbs.All details and membership enquiries to 01728 628 296 or email firstname.lastname@example.org