For those that use Facebook, you can now become ‘friends’ and ‘poke’ HHPS yourselves, use firstname.lastname@example.org to become a friend. As of now Herts HPS doesn’t have any Facebook friends, maybe one of you can become the first! Our profile is here: http://www.facebook.com/herts.hps, if interest picks up I’m sure there’s ways to make more use ofContinue reading “HHPS now on Facebook”
An event at Luton Hoo in the walled garden in 2013 for interested parties… via From Romans to GM scientists: The hidden history in your garden.
National HPS has added a history of the HPS as a presentation, click here to visit the relevant page.
This years HPS Seed Catalogue is being sent by post as I write, you should receive your paper copy along with your national newsletter soon. With the agreement of Sue Pinsent the national seed distribution co-ordinator, the HHPS are lucky enough to have prompt access to the catalogue in PDF format, as the production ofContinue reading “2013 HPS Seed Catalogue”
Iris Banbury Gem (covered here at Avondale) is pretty and I propagated it by division. Moltkia doerfleri (here at HPS) seems easy to grow and not invasive unlike some moltkias. Propagated this by cuttings. These plants were entrusted to me by the conservation scheme. Peter Tomson Iris Banbury Gem
I have been reading the latest edition of the Hardy Plant, enjoying the articles and reminiscing about the Society’s trip to Scotland in the early summer. It now seems such a long time ago. It has also been interesting to read the Tenth Anniversary Handbook of the Society from 1967 (click here to view), nowContinue reading “HPS Chairman’s Blog – October”