RHS

Top 10 jobs this month


  1. Keep weeds under control

  2. Protect fruit blossom from late frosts

  3. Tie in climbing and rambling roses

  4. Sow hardy annuals, herbs and wild flower seed outdoors

  5. Start to feed citrus plants

  6. Increase the water given to houseplants

  7. Feed hungry shrubs and roses

  8. Sow new lawns or repair bare patches

  9. Prune fig trees

  10. Divide bamboos and waterlilies

Welcome to the Snitterfield Garden Club website

 

We are based in the beautiful South Warwickshire village of Snitterfield ( www.snitterfield.com ) just north east of Stratford on Avon. Snitterfield Garden Club has been in existence for 25 years and is a friendly and sociable group drawing members from surrounding villages and towns further afield.

 

The club offers an excellent programme of events, which in the winter months includes interesting and informative talks on gardens and gardening and in the summer months visits to beautiful gardens. In recent years our speakers have included Fergus Garrett of Great Dixter fame, Sir Roddy Llewellyn, Val Bourne and one of the naked gardeners from Abbey House Gardens Barbara Pollard – this time fully attired.

 

The club is affiliated to the RHS which entitles us to

• Group entry to an RHS garden once a year

• Monthly copy of ‘The Garden’ magazine

and following the RHS initiative we actively welcome the public and encourage non members to our meetings.

 

Plant Stall - Snitterfield Village Fete 10th June 12noon to 4.00pm - members are asked to donate plants for sale on the plant stall, and to volunteer to help run the stall for 30 minutes during the fete.

 

 

See 'Programme' above for the 2017/18 programme of meetings and events.

The show schedule for 2018 is on the website just click on the link above where you will also find the 4 categories for the photgraphic competition.

 

All meetings are held on the first Tuesday of the month

in Snitterfield Village Hall (doors open 7.30pm)

Tea/Coffee and cakes available from 7.45pm

The annual fee is £10 and can be paid on the night.