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May Meeting – The Perfume of Plants

Our speaker was John Baker and his wife June Colley who told us all about ‘The Perfume of Plants’. John told us about the history of scent from Frankincense and Read More

June 2024

June from the Potting Shed The mild weather along with the moist ground has meant we have had plenty of slug and snails damaging all our seeds and crops. It Read More

May 2024

May 2024

Hopefully this month we will get some better weather and be able to catch up with the jobs delayed by the wet weather of previous months. In the vegetable garden Read More

April 2024

April 2024

February Fill Dyke carries on into March, hopefully we will not get too many April showers, it’s wet enough as it is. I think that it is a matter of Read More

Secrets to Injury Free Gardening by Will Harlow Physiotherapist

Secrets to Injury Free Gardening by Will Harlow Physiotherapist

This month the gardening club talk focused on human maintenance rather than garden maintenance!  We were lucky enough to have Will Harlow from HT Physio in Farnham ( a specialist Read More

The Trowels and Tribulations of Taking on an Historic Garden by Maggie Tran

The Trowels and Tribulations of Taking on an Historic Garden by Maggie Tran

In our meeting on Friday 9th February, we were treated to a talk by Head gardener Maggie Tran, entitled The Trowels and Tribulations of Taking on an Historic Garden. The garden Read More

March 2024

March 2024

Last year it was frost, this year its mild and wet. Plants are flowering earlier and buds breaking. If theground allows you to get on it then we have plenty Read More

February 2024

February 2024

Well while writing this months bit for the magazine we are enjoying a really good cold snap. Itdoes not appear that it is going to last long though. This means Read More

Ground Cover – A Talk by Geoff Hawkins

Ground Cover – A Talk by Geoff Hawkins

Froyle Gardening Club welcomed one of their own – Geoff Hawkins – for a presentation on ground cover. Geoff spoke about the value of keeping ground covered in terms of Read More

December 2023/January 2024

December 2023/January 2024

After all the wet weather do not rush out into the garden as soon as it looks good. The ground willbe very wet, lawns will/could be soggy so it is Read More