The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
TGS: February 2016
Tattenhall Gardening Society
Despite the wind and rain outside, garden lovers everywhere will already be planning ahead for the new season. Rather than wait for Monty Don to reappear on Gardener's World, why not seek advice from the Tattenhall Gardening Society?
The next talk will be held at the Barbour Institute this evening, Wednesday 10 February, at 7.45. Non- Members are always most welcome.
Carol Siddorn will be talking about growing cut flowers, covering the varieties and techniques involved to allow you to grow your own selection.
Last summer Carol and her team received the 'The Trowel of Honour' from Monty Don, for their 'The Cut Flower Growers' Shed' at the RHS Flower Show at Tatton Park, Knutsford — so Carol definitely knows her onions and her cut flowers!
Details of future monthly meetings can be on the website 'What's On' section, under clubs and societies.
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