Coverage in Todays Telegraph Gardening Section | May 24th 2014

Linda Williams spotted coverage for Annie Godfrey and Daisy Roots in this article by Stephen Lacey mentioning “the best iris at the show” being ‘Pink Charm’.

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And also on the opposite page our Plant Sale is listed here:

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In case you need reminding here are the details:

Friday 30th May 6-9pm

Plant delivery, sorting and pricing: Homewood Road United Reformed Church Hall, St Albans, AL1 4BH

Homewood Road Church Hall, St Albans, AL1 4BH, Corner of Sandpit Lane and Homewood Road. Please bring any plants you’d like to donate.

Saturday 31st May 10am-12 noon

Grand Plant Sale

Homewood Road Church Hall, St Albans, AL1 4BH.

Helpers required from 9am at the Church Hall.


And the day after the plant sale:

Sunday 1st June 2-5pm

Member’s Open Garden

Jacqueline Turner, Marford Cottage, Sheepcote Lane, Wheathampstead, Herts. AL4 8NJ

Jacqueline Turner’s garden used to be a rose garden some 50 years ago (before she took it on). She now has a wide variety of plants giving her colour all the year round. There are winding paths, paved areas and a small wildlife pond for frogs which make a real difference to the snail population.

Directions: from Memorial Hall in Wheathampstead, travel east on Marford Road for less than a mile. Sheepcote Lane is on left immediately after the L’Olivo restaurant. Park on the grass verge opposite the cottage.

 

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