Thursday, May 16th
The subject of the evening will be 'Arts, Crafts and Edwardian Gardens' by Marion Dale - a look at this short-lived but influential period of history in garden design, including Gertrude Jekyll's lasting impact on our plant choices.

Thursday, June 20th
Harry Green, Head Gardener at Morton Hall Gardens near Inkberrow, will talk about one of Worcestershire's best-kept secrets.  A garden for all seasons, which Harry will show in a series of slides, Morton Hall is situated at the top of an escarpment and offers breath-taking views.   Features include one of the country's largest fritillary Spring meadows, beautiful herbaceous borders, striking potager and an elegant Japanese stroll garden.  

There will also be a raffle.

Thursday, August 15th
'Create a Prairie in your own Backyard' is the title of a talk by Robin Pearce on North American naturalistic planting.  Robin and his wife run World's End Nursery in Hallow, Worcestershire, and although now closed to the public, they continue to grow a wide range of hardy plants.  
Meetings are held on the third Thursday of the month at 7.45 pm in the Crawford Memorial Hall, Bidford on Avon.  Visitors are very welcome to join us at only £3, including refreshments.  For further details please ring Annette Haines on 01789 268974.