Although Bank Holiday Monday has many attractions for people to go to the Summer Plant Sale at Hethersett Village Hall on Sunday 26th August attracted a large number of plant buyers yet again. A new gallery of pictures is linked under previous event.

As the hot summer weather continued the group had a further garden visit, on Sunday 5th August, to Brick Kiln House at Shotesham St Mary. This is a two acre garden with fully stocked herbaceous flower borders as well as a large area of mature trees in a woodland setting. A link under previous visits opens a new gallery of pictures.

Simon Harrup has taken a group of members on a wild flower walk for a number of years. On Thursday 26th July a small group of members met at Beach Road, Holme-next-the-sea, a good sunny evening, for the latest walk across the sand dunes and beach. With the temperature approaching 30C, thankfully, a sea breeze helped cool the walkers. In spite of the long drought there was no shortage of flowers and grasses to see. A second walk the following evening had to be postponed a week due to a thunderstorm over west Norfolk. Pictures of the first walk are linked under previous events.

PROPAGATION DAY TO CREATE PLANTS FOR SALE FOR GROUP FUNDS

SATURDAY 14th SEPTEMBER

THE HARRALDS, GROVE ROAD, GISSING, IP22 5AX

STARTING AT 9.15 - 9.30am WITH COFFEE ENDING AROUnd 12.30pm

To book your place email Janet Sleep here or call 01379677288

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NORFOLK PLANT HERITAGE

PLANT FAIR

Sunday 3rd May, 2020

Hethersett Village Hall, NR9 3JJ

10am to 1pm

 

Specialist nurseries, choice plants, displays, refreshments, plant doctor, tombola

Focus on woodland plants

Entrance £1: (free to members)

The 2018 Summer Social was held at Raveningham Hall on the evening of Thursday 14th June, 2018. Members were able to enjoy a glass of wine on arrival followed by a finger buffet. A celebration cake for the 40th anniversary of Plant Heritage was cut by chair, Janet Sleep. Members were then able to enjoy the gardens in warm sunshine. A gallery is linked through previous events.

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About a dozen members attended a Rose Workshop on Wednesday 20th June given by Richard Hobbs at Seamere Study Centre in Hingham. An interesting and informative session finished with a tour round the garden, under clear blue skies and warm sunshine, to see the National Collection of Gunnera held by Judy Watson.

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CLICK PHOTOGRAPHIC COMPETITION

2019

1. A GARDEN SEAT

2. A PHOTOGRAPH INCLUDING A PHOTOGRAPHER TAKING A PHOTO

Exhibit up to two photographs in each category

Photographs must be taken after 25th November 2018

Submit your entries by email here. (please indicate which category the entries are for)

Entries can also be submitted by Dropbox using the same email address for the invitation

Entries to be submitted by 9pm on Monday 21st October, 2019

This is a NPH members only competition

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Sunday 14th April saw the latest of Norfolk Plant Heritage's Gala days at the East Tuddenham Village Hall. This year the theme was 'Cutting Edge Plants'. The morning talk was given by Paul Barney of Edulis Plants and followed after lunch by Nick Macer of Pan Global Plants. A new gallery of pictures from the day is linked under previous events.

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Unlike the 2018 Spring Plant Sale, the latest sale on Sunday 5th May, 2019 was held in rather cold and cloudy weather although, fortunately, the rain held off during the sale. A Large number of buyers again crowded onto the sales field and inside the village hall where hot refreshments were, as always, ready and waiting. A new gallery of pictures is listed under previous events.

The visit to Honeysuckle Cottage, Chris Grey-Wilson's garden, on Sunday 2nd June was fine, dry and very warm. Over 50 members gathered to see the garden which had been created over the last 4 years from a rough patch that had been used as a motorcycle track. The garden now brims with colour and form with many familiar and some not so familiar plants. The Irises and Roses were looking particularly fine and Dictamnus var. purpureus  was very striking. It was a lovely social occasion and through donations, £357 was raised which will all be given to the Suffolk Wildlife Trust

Picture galleries for the Wildflower Walk on Tuesday 25th June, the garden visit to The Old Chapel at Edgefield on Sunday 7th July and the Summer Plant Sale on Sunday August 25th can be seen under previous events.