2018

May

Sunday 27th
Plant Fair: Plant Heritage Spring Plant Fair and Artisan Market

10 am – 4 pm, Helmingham Hall, IP14 6EF. Entrance: Adults £7.00 – Children: Free
(includes admission into the Grade 1 Listed Gardens).

• Free plant for the first 800 visitors
• Hundreds of rare and unusual plants
• Garden and lifestyle accessories
• Specialist nurseries & National Plant Collections
• Expert advice & demonstrations
• Garden tours
• Live music & entertainment
• Local food and drink producers
• Children’s activities


July

Sunday 1st

Garden Party: 40 Years of Plant Heritage

4 pm – 6 pm, Garden of Roydon Hall, Creeting St Peter, IP6 8QX. Entrance free to members.

Suffolk Plant Heritage members are invited to celebrate Plant Heritage’s 40th anniversary with champagne, strawberries and cream , courtesy of our member Mrs Doreen Wrinch.
This celebration is free to members.

RSVP – headed GARDEN PARTY to Isobel Ashton: isobel.ashton@btinternet.com; 01284 754993.


September

Saturday 15th

Talk: ‘A Passion for Climbers’ by Jane Lindsay and Toni O’Connor.

2.30 Stowupland Village Hall IP14 4BQ

About the speakers: Tynings Climbers are a nursery specialising in hardy and tender climbers run by Jane Lindsay and Toni O’Connor.  They are proud National Collection holders of Passiflora, Jasminum, Thunbergia and Mandevillas with many other unusual climbers. They are regular RHS flower show exhibitors and gold medal winners. Most of the plants grown on the nursery are propagated and grown from cuttings.


Sunday 16th

Plant Fair: Plant Heritage Autumn Plant Fair and Artisan Market

10 am – 4 pm, Helmingham Hall, IP14 6EF. Entrance: Adults £7.00 – Children: Free
(includes admission into the Grade 1 Listed Gardens).

• Free plant for the first 800 visitors
• Hundreds of rare and unusual plants
• Garden and lifestyle accessories
• Specialist nurseries & National Plant Collections
• Expert advice & demonstrations
• Garden tours
• Live music & entertainment
• Local food and drink producers
• Children’s activities


October

Saturday 27th

Talk: ‘Mr Bowles and his Garden’ by James Hall.

2.30 Stowupland Village Hall IP14 4BQ

About the speakers:  James Hall  started his gardening career at RHS Harlow Carr in North Yorkshire and went on to complete a three year apprenticeship in botanical horticulture at Kew. He has been head gardener at Myddelton House Gardens since May 2015.

 


Everyone is welcome to our talks. Unless indicated otherwise, lectures are free to members, with £5 entrance fee for non-members.

Details of past events for 2018 can be found on the Group Meetings 2018 page.