Z: Athyrium Cultivars


Joint HFF/BPS webinar Athyrium Cultivars with Julian Reed Registration in advance required Register here


Our AGM will be held virtually on 24th April 2021 at 2pm. In addition to the business meeting there will be two short talks afterwards – thanks to Peter Blake and Julian Reed for offering to give these. If you would like to ‘attend’ the AGM, please email our General Secretary, David Hill, by the … Continue reading N: BPS AGM

Committee meeting

Again due to the Covid circumstances this meeting will be held on Zoom.

WS: May Hill, Gloucestershire

May Hill

Leaders: Clare and Mark Kitchen May Hill lies on the Gloucestershire/Herefordshire border and is the highest point in Gloucestershire. We hope to see amongst others Equisetum sylvaticum, Wood Horsetail and a substantial population of Gymnocarpium dryopteris, Oak Fern. Meet at 11.00am at the National Trust Car Park. SO69062216. Bring lunch to carry and have suitable … Continue reading WS: May Hill, Gloucestershire

WS: Fibrex Nursery and the garden of Alistair and Margaret Urquhart

Fibrex Nuresery Honeybourne Road, Pebworth

Leaders: Fibrex Nursery (am.) Angela Tandy and garden visit (pm.) Alistair and Margaret Urquhart, Kidlington, Oxfordshire. Fibrex nursery needs no introduction to fern fans as the source of probably the widest range of plants available in the UK. As always, we can expect a warm and enthusiastic welcome at the nursery from Angela. Alistair and … Continue reading WS: Fibrex Nursery and the garden of Alistair and Margaret Urquhart

WS: Dare Valley Country Park.

Dare Valley Park Country Park

Leaders: Brian & Sue Dockerill The Dare Valley Park was opened in 1973 as the result of the restoration of former colliery sites. Covering over 450 acres it ranges from woodland and scrub through grassland to cliffs and scree’s, the home of the less usual ferns. Altogether the botany is of such interest that Tim … Continue reading WS: Dare Valley Country Park.

This calendar is maintained by Bridget Laue

The website for people who like ferns