We are back to Netherfield the most wooded parish in England. We shall meet in Netherfield park by the side of Eatenden Lane (Netherfield to Mountfield) at TQ 734189.This may change closer to the time and explore Eatenden, Crowhurst and Burnt House woods. These woods have among the greatest diversity of ferns I’ve seen in … Continue reading SE: Back to Netherfield
For anyone with an interest in gardening the Old Court Nursery and the Picton Garden, famous for its collection of Asters, will need no introduction. Those of you, however, who have not visited for a while may not have realised that a new passion for ferns has arrived there and they are amassing a serious … Continue reading WS: Old Court Nursery, Picton Garden, and a walk in the Malvern Hills
10th September - Norwich City Churchyards and Indoor meeting at Peter and Nick’s house and garden More information will be available at a later date.
Tour of Bridget’s garden. Fern-related presentations. Plant sales, book sales, and planning for 2022. Coffee/tea and lunch provided. Please let us know if you would like to attend. Leader: Bridget Laue (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The programme will include a visit to the beautiful Kibble Palace and visit to Victoria Park Fossil Grove as well as talks, book sales and merchandise sales, and possible ferny visits elsewhere on the Saturday. The AGM will include an auction of fern books acquired by the society during 2021. If you are interested in … Continue reading N: Autumn Meeting, Glasgow Botanic Garden
2022 Autumn end of season Meeting SE Group Visit Paul Reddy's house and garden. This garden is a must see with his Stumpery and a wide range of unusual shrubs and trees and arid plants Followed by lunch and talks Leader Julian Reed Let us know if you are coming. Contact email@example.com