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Welcome to Wolston Garden Club


Chair: Val Griffin 024 7654 5469


We are not a Horticultural Society  - we are a group of people that enjoy gardens and associated topics. You don't even need to have a garden or like gardening to be a member as the talks are of general interest.

Our meetings are held at Wolston Village Hall, usually commencing at 7.30pm on the third Thursday of the month. Individual membership for the year is £15. Guests are always welcome at any meeting, at a charge of £4 each.

This year our coach trip will be to the Malvern Spring Show on Saturday May 13th. The details are not yet finalised, but the cost should be no more than £30, including entrance fees. These trips are always very popular so if you want to go please let Val know as soon as possible.







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                                                               Programme for 2017 (to download and print a copy, click here)

 February 16th

Marie - from Rimo@Medda Place
A welcome return

How do we encourage and preserve wildlife in our gardens ?
Marie will bring some relevant items for sale.

 March 16th

Martin Mobbs - Lineside Nursery, Church Lawford

How to produce shrubs from seeds and cuttings.
Talk and demonstration. Plants for sale.

 April 20th

Diane James - Currently producing her thesis at Warwick University on this topic

Indian influences on British Gardens.
How gardens in Britain have been influenced by those returning from service in India.

 May 13th

Day Trip to Malvern Spring Show

A show many members have expressed an interest in visiting.
Full information should be available for the February meeting.

 May 18th

Jo Walker - Secretary of Warwickshire Alpine Society

Alpine Plants and Gardens. A talk on keeping Alpine gardens including a demonstration of how to plant up an alpine trough.

 June 16th

Evening trip to be announced


 July 9th

Garden Walkabout

It is anticipated that members will be enjoying this in one way or another

 September 21st

Stephen Ashpole - Lecturer and Speaker at shows and clubs, also a volunteer at Garden Organic and local Wildlife Trust.

Nature’s Rhythms. An introduction to Biodynamics.
The talk looks at the ideas and practices that lie behind this type of gardening.

 October 19th

Caroline Tait - Welcomed by us in the past for her engaging talks on Coton Manor Gardens.

Bee Keeping for Beginners by a Beginner.
How a one off weekend course became a way of life.

 November 16th

Tom Duncan - Founder of Ciceroni Travel.
An entertaining and professional speaker. Close links to renowned gardener Helen Dillon.

Smaller Gardens
Tom will give heart to anyone working in a limited space and provide invaluable advice on how to make the most from the least.