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Tattenhall Gardening Society February Meeting

Carol Siddorn, our local horticulturist based at Harthill, gave an illuminating talk about her passion for growing cut flowers and the techniques she uses in cultivating a wide range of popular garden blooms. She encouraged the audience to have a go at trying out different ways of achieving attractive displays in the domestic garden and to create a varied palette of cut flowers through spring, summer and early autumn. Try her website for ideas and workshops by clicking here.


The next meeting of Tattenhall Gardening Society will take place on Wednesday 9 March at the Barbour Institute, starting at 7.45pm. The speaker will be Maureen Sawyer and she is going to run an interactive workshop entitled 'Gardening for the Petrified'. Non-members are most welcome to attend.

Also, early warning of the Annual Plant Sale, which will take place on Saturday 14 May from 11.00am-12.30pm.

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