Angmering Horticultural Club.

Programme 2024 

No meeting .
2nd September
Elizabeth Sawday - Roses Grow on You.
7th October
4th November
Mark Saunders - Super Seasonal Garden Displays. Plus a ‘Bring and Buy’.
2nd December
George Lisher - How Highdown Grow and Care for Pointsettias.

Reports from previous meetings 


July: Sweepeas. [report].

June: Keeping chickens. [report].

May: A visit to Ramster Gardens. [report].

April: Richard Ramsey, Withypitts Nursery - Dahlias. [report].

March: Andrew Gaunt - The Role of the Plant Quarantine Service. [report].

February: Philip Duly - The History and Workings of the NGS. [report].


December: Dee Watkins - Christmas Themed Arrangements. [report].

November: Mark Dobell - My Years as Head Gardener at Mynthurst Farm. [report].

October: AGM. [report].

September: "Gardening for Drought" with local garden designed Amanda Colberg. [report].

August: A trip to Crosslands Nursery. [report].

July: Sally Ingram told us about the work of the Sussex Garden Trust. [report].

June: Lesley Chamberlain from Parham House told us all about this beautiful Elizabethan house and its garden [report].

May: An afternoon outing to local NGS garden Dale Park at Madehurst [report].

April: Steve Millam explained ‘The Dangers in the Garden’ - ouch! [report].

March: Mark Saunders from Fittleworth House demonstrated how to successfully photograph your garden. [report].

• February: Susan Davies told us about the work of The Woodland Trust. [report].


• December: Julie from ‘Buds & Blooms’ showed us how to make interesting Christmas decorations from the garden [report].
• November: Ben Cross of Crosslands Flower Nursery [report].
• October: AGM. [report].
• September: Paul Gallivan - a talk about Woolbeding Gardens, Midhurst. [report].
• July: Don Fitzgerald - collects and grows Carnivorous plants - mind your fingers! [report].
• May: Visit to NGS Garden - Champs Hill, Pulborough. [report].
• April: Andrew Elms from a Hampshire Lavender Farm told us about 'The trials and tribulations of Lordington Lavender'. [report].
• March: Penny Green from the Knepp Estate - Penny talked to us about the re wilding of the Knepp Estate. [report].

• February: Graham Bowring - from St Francis Animal Care: 'The Secret Life of a Hedgehog'. [report].


• December: 'Christmas around the World' - a talk by Paul Abbot. [report].

• November: 'Out on a Limb' - a talk by Lesley Baker. [report].

• October: Martin Jarvis - my life in horticulture. [report].


• February: Paul Dalby, dahlia expert. [report].


• December: Christmas flower arrangements with Julie from Bud & Blooms. [report].

• November: Maggie Haynes spoke to us about Tuppenny Barn. [report].

• October: Architectural Plants with Guy Watts. [report].

• September: Trip to Sir Harold Hillier Garden. [report].

• July: Steve Porter from Ford Prison. [report].

• June: Open Gardens. [report].

• June: Visit to Plantation Rise. [report].

• May: AGM. [report]
• April: 'Soil Matters' - it really does! - and Dr Steve Millam, Director of Brinsbury College, told us why. [report]

• February: 'Ground Cover' - suggestions from Geoff Hawkins for plants which help reduce the need for weeding - an absolute must for all gardeners! [report]

• December: 'Deck the Halls' - homemade floral decorations for Christmas demonstrated by Angmering's very own enchanted florist, Ellen Ford [report].


• November: 'Gales, Greenhouses and Global Warming' - a talk by well-known weatherman, broadcaster and writer Ian Currie [report].
• October: Peter Chivers gave us practical advice, just in time, on 'Preparing Winter Containers and Spring Bulbs' [report].
• September: Jean Griffin, popular gardening broadcaster, regaled us with her 'Tales from the Potting Shed' [report].
• July: Sam Kirk, from Ferring Country Centre, gave us an insight into the excellent work done at FCC to provide meaningful work experience to adults with learning difficulties, through riding therapy, horticulture and farming [report].

• June: Evening visit to garden of Peeler's Retreat, Arundel. [report].

• May: Trip to Eric Wall Tomatoes. [report].


All meetings at The Baptist Church on Station Road, Angmering, 7.30pm

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