It was wonderful to meet all of the gardeners at Welbourn Gardening Club last week. It was even more wonderful to receive this feedback from the club. Hi Doug, It’s my opinion, after last Thursday evening, that all Gardening Club programmes should have at least one meeting annually, heavily spiced up by a talk from…
I am very much looking forward to visiting Hook next Sunday the 28th June 2015. It is Hook Open Gardens. I have been given six compelling reasons why everyone should head to Hook on the 28th… (I quote) * Come and visit our beautiful Historic Hook village nestled in the banks of the River Ouse.…
“Many thanks for your excellent presentation re WICKED PLANTS”
“Our members enjoyed it immensely.”
“We look forward to you visit in 2016.”
Last night found me giving one of my Gardening Talks at Brompton-by-Sawdon Gardening Club, near Scarborough, North Yorkshire. This is was my second visit to this very friendly gardening club, who found me through the RHS Speakers List. Last time was Perfect Plants for Problem Places, and this time it was one of my my…
It was wonderful to be invited back to Royston Gardening Cub in South Yorkshire for the third time yesterday. This small Club meets at Royston Methodist Church on a Wednesday afternoon.
This time the talk was, The way we were.
I think it can be said that a good time was had by all.
Well, actually the talk I was invited to give at the AGM of the Friends of Lincolnshire Museums was one of my most popular new gardening talks, “The Way We Were” which was made all the more special when the venue was the wonderful Normanby Hall with its Victorian Walled Garden