Skipton Gardeners Club meet at the Soroptomist
Club Rooms, 28 Otley Street, Skipton BD23 1EW at 7.30pm on the
third Wednesday of the month, eight times a year.
Our speaker programme covers a wide range of horticultural topics
- catering for all levels of expertise - on plants, flowers, fruit, vegetables and gardening trends.
||Pruning and training - Michael Myers, Craven College
||Cartmel Peninsula and Holker Hall gardens - Steve Halliwell
||Ramblings of an itinerant gardener - Andrew Lay, Lay of the Land
||Good garden plants - Pat Inman
||Flowers for cutting & arranging - Susan Dobson, Yorks Dales Flower Co
||Plants for problem places - Peter Foley
||The Grange garden - Margaret Wooler
||Informal AGM followed by Seasonal arrangements - Susan Dobson
||The hornbeam to the handkerchief tree - Steve Halliwell
||Rock gardens: Currant bun or naturalistic sculpture? - Michael Myers
||Plants of garden trips around Britain - Sarah Hopps
||The vegetable garden - John Smiles
||Springtime garden tasks - Phil Dunnett, Ribblesdale Nurseries
||Gardens in the Kansai region of Japan - Ian Knowles
||My internship at Kew Gardens - Jill Wallace
The annual membership fee is £5, renewable in September each year.
Admission to meetings costs £1.50 for members, £2.50 for visitors,
which includes refreshments.
Visitors and new members are guaranteed a warm welcome.
For more information on Skipton Gardeners Club meetings or
contact one of our committee members.
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