Next SADGA meeting – Cherrill Sands will give an illustrated talk on Gardens of Surrey.
From formal 17th century examples to pleasure
grounds of the 18th century, through Arts & Crafts delights to some modern designs of the 20th century.
The talk will include Albury, Painshill, Titsey Place
and the Guildford Roof Garden by Geoffrey Jellicoe.
Sun 8th July 2-5 pm £4.50 teas
Deepwood Stud Farm, Stubbings, SL6 6QW, near Maidenhead. They also have an evening opening on Fri 6th July, 6-8.30 pm, £10, wine and cheese.
More details from https://www.ngs.org.uk/find-a-garden/garden/30975/
Sun 8th July 2-5 pm, £4, home made teas
Sun 8th July 2-5.30, £5, tea and biscuit included, children free
Sun 8th July
Mon 9th July
Our SADGA outing to Hardy’s Cottage Garden Plants and Spring Pond Garden.
8.45 at Car Park 3 (opposite the new Grandstand). Coach leaves at 9 am.
Tues 10th July 11-4 £5
Wickham House, Newbury, RG20 8HD, home-made teas and home cooked gammon rolls.
More details from https://www.ngs.org.uk/find-a-garden/garden/31818/
Weds 11th July 7.45 pm for 8 pm
Ascot Horticultural Society meeting. Click notice for details.
Sun 15th July
Sun 15th July
Weds 25th July, 11-4, £5
The Old Rectory, Farnborough, near Wantage, OX12 8NX,, home-made teas. Once the home of John Betjeman. Plants and home-made preserves for sale.
Sat 4th August 2pm to 4 pm
Ascot Horticultural Society Summer Show.
Do think about making some entries. The schedule details for all shows are here.
NGS Photography Competition
Closing date 28th August
The National Garden Scheme is running its second annual photography competition in association with BBC Gardeners’ World Magazine
Submit photographs taken at National Garden Scheme garden openings held between 15th March and 28th August 2018 to be in with a chance of winning a great selection of prizes worth over £950 from our sponsors, WOLF-Garten.
There are six categories to get creative with and the winning image of the BBC Gardeners’ World Magazine: Fantastic Flowers category will appear in the magazine’s 2019 calendar. The judging panel will be George Plumptre, CEO of National Garden Scheme, a professional photographer and Lucy Hall, editor of BBC Gardeners’ World magazine. So when you are out and about visiting our gardens do take your camera or phone along and take a photo or two and you never know you might take a winning photo! For more information https://www.ngs.org.uk/photo/