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Visits and Events for 2019

April 6th                           Spring Show 2.30 – 4.00 p.m. 


April 25th                         Speaker, John Wood from Hinton Ampner
                                        7.00 for 7.30 Harting V.H.


May 27th                          Festivities Plant Stall


June 15th                          Midsummer Show, Elsted V.H.
                                        Set-up 3.00-4.30pm, Show 6.00-7.00pm


June 23                            Sculpture in the Garden, at Sue Wright’s garden 11.00 - 4.00


July 7th                             Garden Visit, Clover Farm, Alton

July 21st                           Cream Teas in the Law room.

August 17th                      Summer Show 2.00 – 4.30 p.m.


 Nov. 21st                          AGM, Harting V.H. 7.00 for 7.30pm


1. To keep plants flowering for longer, dead head regularly in order to encourage more blooms.

2. Before they get out of hand and overpower other plants, stake large perennials.

3. If you have not enriched your soil with compost and/or manure, a weekly or fortnightly feed with a proprietary product will work wonders.

4. Water regularly and if drought occurs, mulch water-loving plants to conserve moisture.

5. Keep weeds under control as they rob your flowers and vegetables of nutrition and water.

6. If aphids and blackfly become a problem, a drop of washing-up liquid in a 1-litre spray bottle is a good control, as it makes plant leaves slippery and does no harm to plant or person.

7. In July take cuttings of perennials such as pelargoniums, geraniums, etc., making a clean cut just below a nodule and removing all leaves except those at the top. Plant several cuttings an inch or two deep around the edge of a flowerpot. Keep moist. They should take root and grow within a few weeks.

8. When growing peas and beans, pick regularly when young. This encourages a longer period of cropping.

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