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The National Begonia Society
The society aims to cater for all Begonia Growers.New Members are always Welcome.
Brogdale Horticultural Trust
Brogdale was home to the National Fruit Collections, the largest collection of varieties of fruit trees in the world. Over 2,300 different varieties of apple, 550 of pear, 350 of plum, 220 of cherry, 320 varieties of bush fruits, as well as smaller collections of nuts & vines are grown here in 150 acres of beautiful orchards. Spectacular in blossom time, the orchards are also at their best in late summer & autumn, when the ripe fruit is ready for picking.
Burbage Gardening Club
Hello and welcome to Burbage Gardening Club. We are based in Leicestershire within East Midlands. Burbage Gardening Club has only existed since 1998 but its origins go back nearly 60 years. It was formed as the Burbage Allotment and Gardening Association from a meeting held on 15th July 1946 in Grove Road School, Burbage as a local branch of the National Allotment Society. The enthusiasm of these founding members lead by Councillor Tom McGrah and first secretary J.D.Guy resulted in the new Society holding a successful Show at the Sycamores Pub in September of that first year. In fact for many years the Club held two annual Shows each year, one to meet the aspirations of the sweet pea growers in July and another in September to satisfy the growers of Chrysanthemums, fruit and vegetables. In fact the Association boasted some of the best sweet pea growers in the country such as Ernie Dalby the Harrison brothers and Bill Truslove, all of whom won National honours. Bill Truslove later became a successful breeder and named a number of his famous varities such as Anniversary, White Frills and Amande Jane.
Malmesbury and District Garden Club
The Club currently has a membership of over 200 and covers Malmesbury and the surrounding villages. Talks are held monthly at the Malmesbury Town Hall from September to April inclusive. Annual events include a Spring Plant Sale, an August Bank Holiday show and the October Harvest Supper.
Orleton and District Gardening Club
We are a friendly club of approximately 120 members ranging from the novice to the experienced gardener. We normally meet on the last Tuesday of each month in Orleton Village Hall at 7:30 for 8:00 pm Please look at our programme to see the range of activities and speakers for the year.
Otmoor Garden Society
The Otmoor Garden Society was formed in June 1996 by a few keen gardeners living in the neighbouring villages around Otmoor, an area of Oxfordshire which lies between Oxford and Bicester, to bring together like-minded people with an interest in gardening to exchange ideas and experiences. From these early beginnings, the society has grown steadily and now has over 100 members.
Sisley Garden Tours
Make your dreams come true. To make a booking, please follow the link to our travel agent's page for your country at the top of this and most pages.
The Cottage Garden Society
The Cottage Garden Society (CGS) is an informal and friendly society of about 4,000 members in many countries, though most are based in the UK. It brings together amateurs and professionals who share an enthusiasm for this type of gardening.
The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation
Lloyd Noble's legacy lives on today. Noble, visionary oilman and philanthropist, established The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation more than 60 years ago to provide education and assistance to agricultural producers. Six decades later, the Noble Foundation's Agricultural Division is fulfilling his legacy by providing farmers, ranchers and other land managers in southern Oklahoma and north Texas with consultation services and educational programs, while conducting valuable research and demonstration projects.

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